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Immanuel or Emmanuel (Heb., ‘God is with us’). The name of a son prophesied to be born of a young woman (or virgin) in Isaiah 7. 14. Christian tradition, starting with Matthew 1. 23, has interpreted the passage as a prophecy of the virgin birth of Christ.

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Immanuel

Immanuel or Emmanuel (both: Ĭmăn´yōōəl) [Heb.,=God with us], in the Book of Isaiah, name given to the child who would be a sign to Judah of her deliverance. In the Gospel of St. Matthew it is given as a name of Jesus.

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