Definition of remanation in English:

remanation

noun

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  • The flowing back or return of something to the source whence it emanated; an instance of this.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758), theologian and philosopher. From classical Latin remānāt-, past participial stem of remānāre to flow back + -ion, after emanation.

Pronunciation

remanation

/ˌrɛməˈneɪʃn/