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Another word for emanation

  1. Emergence

  2. Emission

      1. A distinctive but intangible quality that seems to surround a person or thing; an atmosphere:
      2. An invisible emanation or field of energy believed to radiate from a person or object.
      3. A sensation, as of a cold breeze or a bright light, that precedes the onset of certain disorders, such as an epileptic seizure or an attack of migraine.
      1. A sudden short exclamation, especially a brief pious utterance or prayer.
      2. A sudden ejection of fluid, esp. of semen, from the body
      3. An abrupt discharge of fluid.
      1. The seepage or filtration of a liquid through a porous substance
      1. An exudate.
      2. Something exuded, as sweat
      3. The act or an instance of oozing forth.
      1. A radioactive, gaseous chemical element, one of the noble gases, formed, together with alpha rays, as a first product in the atomic disintegration of radium: symbol, Rn; at. no. 86
      2. A colorless, radioactive, inert gaseous element formed by the radioactive decay of radium, that is used in radiotherapy and to produce neutrons for research. Its most stable isotope is Rn-222 with a half-life of 3.82 days. A natural source of radiation found in most soils and groundwater, radon poses a serious health threat if inhaled. Atomic number 86; melting point −71°C; boiling point −61.7°C; density of gas 9.73 grams per liter; specific gravity (solid) 4.
      1. (Nuclear Physics) Energy emitted as electromagnetic waves, as gamma or X-rays, or as energetic nuclear particles, as neutrons, alpha and beta particles, etc.
      2. A stream of particles or electromagnetic waves emitted by the atoms and molecules of a radioactive substance as a result of nuclear decay.
      3. The act or process of radiating:
      1. The power supplied by steam under pressure
      2. Water as converted into an invisible vapor or gas by being heated to the boiling point; vaporized water: it is used for heating, cooking, cleaning, and, under pressure, as a source of power
      3. Steam heating.
      1. The gaseous form of any substance which is a liquid or a solid at room temperature
      2. A mixture of fine droplets of a substance and air, as the fuel mixture of an internal-combustion engine.
      3. Visible particles of moisture floating in the air, as fog, mist, or steam
      1. A thing that flows out; outflow; emanation
      2. A passing or an expiration, as of time.
      3. A flowing outward.
      1. A thing that flows out or forth; emanation
      2. The act or an instance of flowing out.
      3. The process of flowing out.
      1. Loss of retail stock, especially due to theft
      2. An amount lost as the result of leaking.
      3. An undesirable flow of electric current through insulation
      1. Something exhaled, as air, steam, or an odor; emanation; effluvium
      2. The act or process of exhaling, or sending forth in the form of steam or vapor; evaporation.
      3. That which is exhaled, or which rises in the form of vapor, fume, or steam; effluvium; emanation; as, exhalations from the earth or flowers, decaying matter, etc.
      1. The removal of fluid or purulent material from a wound or body cavity.
      2. A system of drains; arrangement of pipes, etc. for carrying off waste matter
      3. A natural or artificial removal of surface and sub-surface water from a given area.
      1. A flow of electricity in a dielectric, especially in a rarefied gas.
      2. A flow of electric current across a gap, as in a spark or arc
      3. (Electricity) Release of stored energy in a capacitor by the flow of current between its terminals.
      1. A real or supposed outflow in the form of a vapor or stream of invisible particles; aura
      2. A usually invisible emanation or exhalation, as of vapor or gas.
      3. A disagreeable or noxious vapor or odor