Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: emanation

Aussendung {f}Femininum (die)
Ausstrahlung {f}Femininum (die)
Ausdünstung {f}Femininum (die) [bes. fig.]


An emanation from the divine whirlwind leaps forth and comes sweeping over these men, and they shake, and one of them sings the song supreme, and the other utters the frightful cry.
He was thinking of Cosette, of the happiness that was possible if nothing came between him and her, of the light with which she filled his life, a light which was but the emanation of her soul.
Now let us suppose this sense of the Almighty design to be one step depressed—to be brought into something like harmony or consistency with the sense of human art—to form an intermedium between the two:—let us imagine, for example, a landscape whose combined vastness and definitiveness—whose united beauty, magnificence, and strangeness, shall convey the idea of care, or culture, or superintendence, on the part of beings superior, yet akin to humanity—then the sentiment of interest is preserved, while the art intervolved is made to assume the air of an intermediate or secondary nature—a nature which is not God, nor an emanation from God, but which still is nature in the sense of the handiwork of the angels that hover between man and God.”
In proportion as either prevails, it will be conveyed into the national representation; and for the very reason, that this will be an emanation from a greater variety of interests, and in much more various proportions, than are to be found in any single State, it will be much less apt to espouse either of them with a decided partiality, than the representation of any single State.
Does all that exist of itself, or is it only an emanation of myself, a logical development of my ego which alone has existed for ever: but I make haste to stop, for I believe you will be jumping up to beat me directly.”
But all this pleasure tending, like life from its first instants, towards its own dissolution, lived too fast not to bring on upon the spur its delicious moment of mortality; for presently the approach of the tender agony discovered itself by its usual signals, that were quickly followed by my dear lover's emanation of himself, that spun out, and shot, feelingly indeed!
The soul of man is thus an emanation from the godhead, into whom it will eventually be re-absorbed.

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Eman {n} (eman, Em, E) [phys., chem., veraltet] (Maßeinheit der Aktivitätskonzentration von Radium-Emanation Rn-222 in Gasen oder Flüssigkeiten) eman , Em , E [obs.]
Radaremanation {f} radar emanation
Radarausstrahlung {f} radar emanation
Ausdünstung {f} [bes. fig.] emanation
Aussendung {f} emanation
Ausstrahlung {f} emanation