Definition of Emanate

1. Verb. Proceed or issue forth, as from a source. "Water emanates from this hole in the ground"

Specialized synonyms: Effuse, Flow Out
Generic synonyms: Come, Come Up
Derivative terms: Emanation, Emanation



2. Verb. Give out (breath or an odor). "The chimney exhales a thick smoke"
Exact synonyms: Exhale, Give Forth
Generic synonyms: Breathe, Emit, Pass Off
Derivative terms: Emanation, Emanation, Exhalation

Definition of Emanate

1. v. i. To issue forth from a source; to flow out from more or less constantly; as, fragrance emanates from flowers.

2. a. Issuing forth; emanant.

Definition of Emanate

1. Verb. (intransitive) To come from a source; stem out of ¹

2. Verb. (transitive rare) To send or give out; manifest. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Emanate

1. to send forth [v -NATED, -NATING, -NATES]

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Literary usage of Emanate

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1888)
"The power, therefore, to issue a patent for K9] an invention, and the authority to issue such an instrument for a grant of land, emanate from the same ..."

2. The Law of Nations, Or, Principles of the Law of Nature Applied to the by Emer de Vattel, Joseph Chitty, Edward Duncan Ingraham (1867)
"From Ma ml, emanate from the sovereign authority : but the prince wha*au- may ... _ » o,. . i-ii ° -11 emanate. The person named in the safe-conduct cannot ..."

3. Inquiry Into the Rise and Growth of the Royal Prerogative in England by John Allen (1849)
"JUDICIAL POWER. emanate ...... , . , ,, Said to Justice is said to emanate from the King. AH from the jurisdiction is exercised in his name, ..."

4. On Parliamentary Government in England: Its Origin, Development, and by Alpheus Todd (1867)
"... in like manner any proposition for the levy of a new tax or duty—or even for the repeal of an existing impost—should emanate from the government.1 On ..."

5. A Treatise on Extradition and Interstate Rendition: With Appendices by John Bassett Moore (1891)
"Must emanate from Supreme Political Authority. — For general and special provisions in regard to the making of requisitions both for warrants of surrender ..."

6. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"... it cannot but detract from his authority that his propositions should appear rather to emanate from study than from his own personal observation. ..."

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