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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Late Latin
Origin: , present participle of immanere 'to stay in place', from Latin manere 'to stay'

immanent

adjective
     
im‧ma‧nent formal
1 a quality that is immanent seems to be present everywhere:
Love is a force immanent in the world.
2 God or another spiritual power that is immanent is present everywhere
immanence noun [uncountable]

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