- n. known as the "Tetragrammaton", the four Hebrew letters יהוה which are transliterated into the Latin alphabet as YHVH (or IHVH, JHVH, or YHWH). These are usually combined with vowels in English to arrive at the spelling "Jehovah," but some Bible scholars agree that a perhaps closer pronunciation to the original Hebrew word would be something like "Yahweh".
- n. a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
“Will a dose of rational literature bring down the anger for which YHVH is so rightly famous?”
““I appeared to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai, but I did not make myself known to them by my name YHVH” 6.2–3.”
“I detect, for instance, more than a few hints of Enki scattered throughout the Torah, even in YHVH's declaration to Moses: Eyah asher eyah.”
“Ever the long-term strategist, YHVH is raising up a mighty army of cutting-edge Jewish End-time warriors.”
“For those who don't know YHVH is pronounced "Yah-wey", but it's supposed to be a sin to say it out loud.”
“At that point, they started believing in YHVH as the one and only God, which was a way to explain how Israel could have been defeated.”
“There is another name known as YHVH that refers to God in His fully transcendent state.”
“The Hebrew word YHVH is a concept, not a proper name.”
“The Torah itself makes this point when it says that God tells Moses that "I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob as El Shadie, but by My name YHVH I made me not known to; them.”
“The Hebrews referred to God as "YHVH" (Latinised as "Jehovah"), and to this day observant Jewish people consider it improper to pronounce this name or write it for trivial purposes; some prefer not even to write the English word "God", and instead write "G-d".”
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