Origin of the name EMMANUEL.
Etymology of the name EMMANUEL.
Meaning of the baby name EMMANUEL.
= "with us God," i.e. "God with us"; from Immanu
= "with us," and El = "God." Through the Greek the
word has become Emmanuel]. See Emmanouel.
Usage: America, Belgium, England, France, Ghana, Kenya, Mexico,
Nigeria, Sudan, Switzerland, Uganda.
Emmanuel Pahud, a Swiss flute player. Emmanuel
Lewis, an American actor. Emmanuel Moire, a French singer.
Emmanuel Lubezki Morgenstern, a Mexican cinematographer. (Wiki)
(1) A son
whom "a virgin" (A.V. and R.V.) or "the maiden" (R.V.
margin) should bear in Isaiah's time. Before that child should be
old enough "to refuse the evil and choose the good, the land that
thou abhorrest" (it was said) "shall be forsaken of both her
kings" (Isa. vii. 16—A.V.); or "the land whose two kings
thou abhorrest shall be forsaken" (R.V.). The two kings seem
to have been those of Damascus and Israel, then confederate against
Judah; but the date referred to is obscure. Verse 8 states that
the judgment threatened on Damascus and "Ephraim," i.e.
Israel, should come within sixty-five years, but a child soon to be born
would attain to years of discretion much within that time. The
child Immanuel in Isaiah's days was evidently an important personage,
for speaking of Judah the prophet says, "thy land, O Immanuel"
the true Immanuel, God with us, in whom Isaiah's prophecy received its
remoter but much more complete fulfilment (Matt. i. 22, 23—A.V. and
R.V.). (The Sunday School Teacher's Bible Manual, Hunter, 1894).