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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Emile(noun)

    the boy whose upbringing was described by Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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  1. Emile(ProperNoun)

    of Latin origin, an anglicized spelling of French u00C9mile.

Freebase

  1. EMILE

    EMILE is the Early Mac Image LoadEr, a bootloader for loading Linux on Macintosh computers that have m68k processors. It was written by Laurent Vivier, and is meant to eventually replace the Penguin Booter that is more usually in use. In contrast to the Penguin booter, which requires a working Mac OS installation, EMILE modifies the boot block on a hard disk to boot Linux directly.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. émile

    the hero of a philosophic romance by Rousseau of the same name, in which the author expounds his views on education, and presents his reasons, with his ideal of what, according to him, a good education is, a theory practically adopted by many would-be educationists with indifferent fruit.

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