Immanuel

Immanuel

[ih-man-yoo-uhl]
noun
1.
the name of the Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah, often represented in Christian exegesis as being Jesus Christ. Isa. 7:14.
2.
a male given name.

Origin:
< Hebrew ʿimmānū'ēl literally, God is with us

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Immanuel or Emmanuel (ɪˈmænjʊəl)
 
n
Bible the child whose birth was foretold by Isaiah (Isaiah 7:14) and who in Christian tradition is identified with Jesus
 
[from Hebrew `immānū'el, literally: God with us]
 
Emmanuel or Emmanuel
 
n
 
[from Hebrew `immānū'el, literally: God with us]

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Immanuel definition


God with us. In the Old Testament it occurs only in Isa. 7:14 and 8:8. Most Christian interpreters have regarded these words as directly and exclusively a prophecy of our Saviour, an interpretation borne out by the words of the evangelist Matthew (1:23).

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