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Usages: Dutch, Dutch (Antillean), Dutch (Surinamese), FlemishMeaning: Variant of Emmanuel. from name #3616 originally submitted by user emanuell)
Also used in Spanish:
It kinda looks funny without the other m.
Isn't Emmy Rossum's name Emanuel?
In 2018, 3 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Emanuel who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 044th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
It looks funny without the other m.
Great name, I love it! Not sure if I'd use it for my own child, but it's lovely, and I love the Christian connotation, also that it is similar to another name I like - Samuel. It has something magical to it. It's delicate and soft but has a masculine, upper class feel nevertheless.
Also used in Poland, not very common overall, but, just as similarly sounding Samuel, it is getting more and more attention from parents. Last year (2017) the name Emanuel was given to 29 boys. Manuel and Emmanuel were also used last year, as well as Manuela for girls. Pronunciation is e-mah-NOO-el, but I've also heard it pronounced e-MAH-noo-el by Poles.
Oh what a lovely name! So beautiful and gentle! I would definitely choose it.
Emanuel is also the Slovak form of Emmanuel.
Also used in Croatia. [noted -ed]
Also commonly used in Portuguese, pronunciation:
ee-mahn-oo-EL (Portuguese).
A Bulgarian name connected with "Emanuel" is "Emanuil", "Manuil" is a short form of "Emanuil".
Also used in Romania. [noted -ed]
Czech pronunciation is "EH-MAH-noo-al" (short -oo-).
German pronunciation: e-MAH-nuw-el. [noted -ed]

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