Origin of Immanuel
Examples from the Web for immanuel
I quote Immanuel Kant in my preface, defining enlightenment as mankind coming out of its self-imposed immaturity.
Pre-Oslo, Immanuel had 3,240 residents; today its population has declined to 3,013.
Take, for example, the settlement of Immanuel, located deep inside the West Bank, southeast of Nablus.
Immanuel was established with a plan to become an ultra-Orthodox city of tens of thousands.
He called himself the prophet Immanuel and took to preaching in the streets.Speed Read: 9 Revelations From Elizabeth Smart’s Memoir, ‘My Story’|The Daily Beast|October 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
To true merit Immanuel gave the tribute of his warmest praise, and modestly conceded precedence to it.History of the Jews, Vol. IV (of VI)|Heinrich Graetz
Rieti uses regular stanzas, Italian forms of verse, in this matter following the example of Immanuel.Chapters on Jewish Literature|Israel Abrahams
Yet there are several features in it which are peculiar to Immanuel.Hebrew Humor and other Essays|Joseph Chotzner
In casting about for a field that promised the widest opportunity for his talent, he discovered the Immanuel Church in the city.A Romance of Billy-Goat Hill|Alice Hegan Rice
Immanuel is transfigured on this Mount of Love before His suffering and glory!Memories of Bethany|John Ross Macduff
Word Origin for Immanuel
masc. proper name; see Emmanuel.