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Immanuel

noun Im·man·u·el \i-ˈman-yə-wəl, -yəl\

Definition of IMMANUEL

:  messiah 1

Variants of IMMANUEL

Im·man·u·el or Em·man·u·el \i-ˈman-yə-wəl, -yəl\

Origin of IMMANUEL

Middle English Emanuel, from Late Latin Emmanuel, from Greek Emmanouēl, from Hebrew ʽimmānū'ēl, literally, with us is God
First Known Use: 15th century

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