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Origin of the name IMANUENTIUS.
Etymology of the name IMANUENTIUS.
Meaning of the baby name IMANUENTIUS.


IMANUENTIUS.  The name of a British king in Caesar's Commentaries, Gaulish Wars, v, c. 20.  He is there described in a way which shows him to have been the Llud of the ancient British Chronicles.  The name is to be explained, Y-man-dw-eng, with the Latin termination us subjoined: i.e., "the dread (tutelary) divinity of the country"; the British king, in this case, taking the appellation of a divinity generally, and not the name of any one in particular.  Man, in ancient British language, signified "country"; and dw, "a divinity."  Eng, in composition, implies intenseness, from engir (Richards, "dire," Welsh). (Celtic Inscriptions on Gaulish & British Coins, Poste, 1861)


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