Immanuel

noun
Im·​man·​u·​el | \i-ˈman-yə-wəl, -yəl\
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Definition of Immanuel 

First Known Use of Immanuel

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Immanuel

Middle English Emanuel, from Late Latin Emmanuel, from Greek Emmanouēl, from Hebrew ʽimmānūʼēl, literally, with us is God

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