[ em-uh-ney-shuhn ]
/ ˌɛm əˈneɪ ʃən /
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Origin of emanation
OTHER WORDS FROM emanationem·a·na·tion·al, adjective
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How to use emanation in a sentence
One was the Tree, or the representation of the divine emanations in their manifold and intricate complexities.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography.|Solomon Maimon
It emanates from the essence of the Creator, forming the basis of all subsequent emanations.
The lowest of these emanations is the matter which sustains extension or magnitude, and with it the process ceases.
The emanations of Thames sewage are all over the world, and the sewers are running still.The Crime Against Europe|Roger Casement
The emanations are given forth only from the front part of the body, especially at the wrist and at the bend of the arm.Mysterious Psychic Forces|Camille Flammarion
British Dictionary definitions for emanation
/ (ˌɛməˈneɪʃən) /
an act or instance of emanating
something that emanates or is produced; effusion
a gaseous product of radioactive decay, such as radon
Derived forms of emanationemanational, adjective
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