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The English word manna (as in manna from Heaven) comes originally from Hebrew man, meaning a fluid exuded from a tamarisk tree; it came to mean spiritual nourishment because the word was used in The Bible for a food substance miraculously provided to the Children of Israel when wandering in the wilderness.

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