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  • proper noun Alternative form of Jah.

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Examples

  • The idea of Yahweh, or Yah, is palpably Egyptian, the Ankh or ever-living One: the etymon, however, was learned at Babylon and is still found amongst the cuneiforms.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Psalm 68:4-5 NKJV Sing to God, sing praises to His name; extol Him who rides on the clouds, by His name Yah, and rejoice before Him.

    Scriptures at Your Fingertips

  • I've sort of stopped calling Yah ever since she started flirting around.

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  • Yah, which is exactly why the GAO needs more teeth, to put people that do that kind of thing behind bars.

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  • Yah, which is exactly why the GAO needs more teeth, to put people that do that kind of thing behind bars.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Yah, which is exactly why the GAO needs more teeth, to put people that do that kind of thing behind bars.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • R. Feilds killed a brown bear the tallons of which were remarkably short broad at their base and sharply pointed this was of the speceis which the Chopunnish call Yah-kar. it was in very low order and the flesh of the bear in this situation is much inferior to lean venison or the flesh of poor Elk. Labush and Cruzatte returned late in the evening with one deer which the former had killed. we also caught seven salmon trout in the course of the day. the hunters assured us that their greatest exertions would not enable them to support us here more than one or two days longer from the great scarcity of game and the difficult access of the country, the under brush being very thick and great quantities of fallen timber. as we shall necessarily be compelled to remain more than two days for the return of Drewyer and

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • In "Forest of the Dead", Professor River Song whispers the Doctor's name in his ear, and also at one point seems to call him "Yah".

    Whispering the Doctor's Name

  • Judaism stole the Assyrian god "Yah" read the Annals of Asshurnasirpal II

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  • Hal, it could be wordplay, and undoubtedly there are links between the names of God such as Yah or El and other ancient near eastern deities.

    A Dark And Hidden God

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