[ih-man-yoo-uh l, for 1, 2; French e-ma-ny-el for 3] /ɪˈmæn yu əl, for 1, 2; French ɛ ma nüˈɛl for 3/
Jesus Christ, especially as the Messiah. Matt. 1:23.
Pierre [pyer] /pyɛr/ (Show IPA), 1916–1984, French poet.
a variant spelling of Immanuel
masc. personal name, from Greek form of Hebrew ‘Immanu’el, literally “God is with us,” from ‘immanu “with us,” from ‘im “with,” + first person plural pronomial suffix, + El “God.”
God with us, Matt. 1:23). (See IMMANUEL.)
- Emmanuel grouchy
[groo-shee] /gruˈʃi/ noun 1. Emmanuel [e-ma-ny-el] /ɛ ma nüˈɛl/ (Show IPA), Marquis de, 1766–1847, French general. /ˈɡraʊtʃɪ/ adjective grouchier, grouchiest 1. (informal) bad-tempered; tending to complain; peevish adj. 1895, U.S. college student slang, from grouch + -y (2). Related: Grouchily; grouchiness.
[ih-mahr-buh l] /ɪˈmɑr bəl/ verb (used with object), emmarbled, emmarbling. 1. to represent in or adorn with ; make like .
[uh-mey-uh s] /əˈmeɪ əs/ noun 1. a city in E Pennsylvania. Biblical town (Luke xxiv:13), from Aramaic hammat “hot spring.” hot baths, a village “three-score furlongs” from jerusalem, where our Lord had an interview with two of his disciples on the day of his resurrection (Luke 24:13). This has been identified with the modern el-Kubeibeh, […]
[em-uh-leen, -lahyn] /ˈɛm əˌlin, -ˌlaɪn/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .