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  1. em·a·na·tion
    IPA[ˌeməˈnāSHən]
  2. noun

    • 1. an abstract but perceptible thing that issues or originates from a source:

      she saw the insults as emanations of his own tortured personality
    • 2. the action or process of issuing from a source:

      the risk of radon gas emanation
    • 3. a tenuous substance or form of radiation given off by something:

      vaporous emanations surround the mill's foundations
    • 4. a radioactive gas formed by radioactive decay of a solid.

    • 5. (in various mystical traditions) a being or force that is a manifestation of God.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: emanation, plural noun: emanations

    • noun

      something which originates or issues from a source:

      the action or process of issuing from a source:

    • noun

      archaic term for radon
    • noun

      archaic term for radon
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