- Emanated is defined as to have come out or come from a source.
An example of the use of emanated as a verb is in the sentence, "The light emanated from the sun," which means the light came from the sun.
Variant of emanate
Origin: ; from Classical Latin emanatus, past participle of emanare, to flow out, arise ; from e-, out plush manare, to flow ; from Indo-European base an unverified form mano-, damp, wet from source Welsh mawn, peat
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