to emanate

to emanate
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  • Emanate — Em a*nate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Emanated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Emanating}.] [L. emanare, emanatum, to emanate; e out + manare to flow, prob. for madnare, and akin to madere to be wet, drip, madidus wet, drenched, drunk, Gr. ?, ?, wet, ? to be wet,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • emanate — ► VERB 1) (emanate from) issue or spread out from (a source). 2) give out or emit: he emanated a brooding air. ORIGIN Latin emanare flow out …   English terms dictionary

  • Emanate — Em a*nate, a. Issuing forth; emanant. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • emanate — I verb arise from, come forth, come from, debouch, derive from, descend from, effundi, effuse, eject, emanare, emerge, emit, ensue from, exude, fall out, flow forth, fluere, follow from, go out of, grow from, grow out of, issue, originate in,… …   Law dictionary

  • emanate in rays — index radiate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • emanate — (v.) 1756, from L. emanatus, pp. of emanare (see EMANATION (Cf. emanation)). Related: Emanated; emanating …   Etymology dictionary

  • emanate — issue, proceed, *spring, rise, arise, originate, derive, flow, stem Analogous words: emerge, loom, *appear: *begin, commence, start, initiate …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • emanate — [v] come forth; give off arise, birth, derive, discharge, egress, emerge, emit, exhale, exit, exude, flow, initiate, issue, originate, proceed, radiate, rise, send forth, spring, stem; concepts 179,221,648 Ant. take, withdraw …   New thesaurus

  • emanate — [em′ə nāt΄] vi. emanated, emanating [< L emanatus, pp. of emanare, to flow out, arise < e , out + manare, to flow < IE base * mano , damp, wet > Welsh mawn, peat] to come forth; issue, as from a source vt. Rare to send forth; emit SYN …   English World dictionary

  • emanate from something — ˈemanate from sth derived to come from sth or somewhere Syn: issue from • The sound of loud music emanated from the building. • The proposal originally emanated from the UN …   Useful english dictionary

  • emanate — UK [ˈeməneɪt] / US [ˈeməˌneɪt] verb Word forms emanate : present tense I/you/we/they emanate he/she/it emanates present participle emanating past tense emanated past participle emanated formal 1) [intransitive] to come from a particular place… …   English dictionary

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