Definition for EM'A-NATE

EM'A-NATE, v.i. [L. emano; e and mano, to flow; Sp. emanar; Fr. emaner; It. emanare. Class Mn, No. 11, 9.]

  1. To issue from a source; to flow from; applied to fluids; as, light emanates from the sun; perspirable matter, from animal bodies.
  2. To proceed from a source or fountain; as, the powers of government in republics emanate from the people.

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