And when the daughter of the said Herodias came in
To the hall, where Herod and his guests were, after supper was over; or rather, whilst at it: she is called the daughter of Herodias, and not of Herod; she having had her not by him, but by his brother Philip: her name is thought to be Salome; (See Gill on Matthew 14:6),
and danced and pleased Herod, and them that were with him;
at supper, his lords, captains, and principal men in his dominions; (See Gill on Matthew 14:6).
The king said unto the damsel, ask of me whatsoever thou wilt, and I
will give it thee;
which shows how exceedingly pleased he was; and the more, in that she gave such general pleasure to his whole company.