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Yahweh in English
one of the names for God, Jehovah

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Yahweh in Chinese (s)
耶和华, 上帝

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Yahweh in Chinese (t)
耶和華, 上帝

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Yahweh in Arabic
ياهوا, أحد أسماء الله (بالغة العبرية), "جيهوا" (باللغة الإنجليزية)

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Yahweh in Spanish
Yaveh, uno de los nombre de Dios; Jehová; Dios

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Yahweh in Russian
Яхве (имя Бога)

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Yahweh in Dutch
God, de Naam die niet uitgesproken mag worden

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Yahweh in Portuguese
Jeová, o nome explícito de Deus, Deus

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Yahweh in Turkish
Allah'ın isimlerinden biri, Yehova

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Yahweh in Italian
dio, nome di dio

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Yahweh in French
Dieu, une des appellation de Dieu, le nom explicite, Jéhovah

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Yahweh in German
Yahweh, Jehowah, der ausführliche Name Gottes (den Juden auszusprechen verboten)

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Yahweh in Japanese
ヤーウェ, 神の名前の1つ, エホバ

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Yahweh in Hebrew
יהוה, השם המפורש, אלוהים

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Yahweh in Korean
야훼, 여호와

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Yahweh in Swedish
Jahve, Jehova, guds namn

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Yahweh in English
Jehovah yehowah (Hebrew) In the Bible, the god of the Hebrews; a modern mispronunciation of the Hebrew alphabetic characters, resulting from the combining by the Jews themselves of the Hebrew consonants of this word (YHVH) with the vowels of the word Adonai (my lords) because the Jews, while always writing or copying the alphabetic characters of the name correctly in their manuscripts, when reading it never pronounced the word YHVH, but read "Adonai" in its stead -- writing the Massoretic points of Adonai to vocalize YHVH to produce Yahovah. Consequently when the Bible came to be studied by those unfamiliar with the real pronunciation of YHVH, it was read in various ways, commonly as Jehovah. It is now held by some scholars that YHVH should be pronounced yahweh or yave. It is also given as Yihweh (he will be, or it will be) (SD 2:129). However, Josephus, a priest who undoubtedly knew the correct pronunciation, wrote that it would be highly unlawful for him to divulge it as the Jews regarded it as too holy to pronounce aloud.
Blavatsky writes that the rendering Ja-ho-vah is "a perversion of the Holy Name": that the majority of the Jews themselves were ignorant of the true pronunciation. "Alone, out of all their nation the high priests had it in their possession, and respectively passed it to their successors," before their death. "Once a year only, on the day of atonement, the high priest was allowed to pronounce it in a whisper" (IU 2:398-9).
to be continu "Jehovah2 " Tetragrammaton [from Greek tetra four + gramma letter] Used by Qabbalists to designate the four Hebrew characters -- variously rendered in Roman letters YHVH, IHVH, JHVH, etc. -- forming the word Jehovah (Yehovah). Present-day scholars regard this rendition of the four letters as erroneous, and some suggest that the proper reading should be Yahveh or Yahweh -- depending on another manner of applying the vowel-points to the consonants. The Jews themselves, however, never pronounced the name when reading their sacred scriptures, but utter 'Adonai (the Lord) in its place. Nevertheless, the Qabbalists (more particularly medieval and modern authors) have attached special importance and significance to this four-lettered word, particularly to the Hebrew equivalent for Tetragrammaton, Shem-ham-Mephorash, sometimes called the mirific name.
The four letters themselves do not hold any especially occult significance, nor their sequence nor numerical value (10, 5, 6, 5, totaling 26), nor to which of the ten Sephiroth it is to be applied.
"The name [Jehovah] is a circumlocution, indeed, a too abundant figure of Jewish rhetoric, and has always been denounced by the Occultists. To the Jewish Kabalists, and even the Christian Alchemists and Rosicrucians, Jehovah was a convenient screen, unified by the folding of its many flaps, and adopted as a substitute: one name of an individual Sephiroth being as good as another name, for those who had the secret.
to be continue "Tetragrammaton2 " Yah, Yaho 'yahu, yeho (Hebrew) Yah is an abbreviation of Jehovah, but equally well Jehovah could be said to be merely an enlargement of the original form Yah. The Zohar says that the 'Elohim used this word to form the world.
"To screen the real mystery name of ain-soph -- the Boundless and Endless No-Thing -- the Kabalists have brought forward the compound attribute-appellation of one of the personal creative Elohim, whose name was Yah and Jah, the letters i or j or y being interchangeable, or Jah-Hovah, i.e., male and female; Jah-Eve an hermaphrodite, or the first form of humanity, the original Adam of Earth, not even Adam-Kadmon, whose 'mind-born son' is the earthly Jah-Hovah, mystically. And knowing this, the crafty Rabbin-Kabalist has made of it a name so secret, that he could not divulge it later on without exposing the whole scheme; and thus he was obliged to make it sacred" (SD 2:126).
Both Yah and Yaho were Hebrew mystery-names; Yah is "a later abbreviation [of Yaho] which, from containing an abstract ideal, became finally applied to, and connected with , a phallic symbol -- the lingham of creation" (TG 374). Thus Yaho and Yah are two forms of the same original Shemitic god-name found throughout Asia Minor, and which appeared in its Greek form as Iao. The Gnostics revived the Chaldean and Phoenician mystery-god Iao, placing it above the seven heavens as representing spiritual light. Its ray was nous, standing for the Demiurge as well as the divine manas.
to be continue "Yah2 "

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yahweh
\yah"weh\ (?), yahwe \yah"we\, n. also jahveh \jah"veh\ (?), jahve \jah"ve\, etc. ] a modern transliteration of the hebrew word translated jehovah in the bible; -- used by some critics to discriminate the tribal god of the ancient hebrews from the christian jehovah. yahweh or yahwe is the spelling now generally adopted by scholars. [
yahweh
n : a name for the old testament god as transliterated from the hebrew yhvh [syn: yahweh, yhwh, yahwe, yahveh, yhvh, yahve, wahvey, jahvey, jahweh, jehovah, jhvh]




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For other uses, see Yahweh (disambiguation). See also: Tetragrammaton and God in Abrahamic religions

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Yahweh is a modern scholarly interpretation of one of the personal names of the god of Israel as described in the Hebrew Bible.

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Noun
1. a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
(synonym) YHWH, Yahwe, Yahveh, YHVH, Yahve, Wahvey, Jahvey, Jahweh, Jehovah, JHVH
(hypernym) God, Supreme Being


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Yahweh in Interlingua
*yahweh, *jahveh, *jehovah

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Yahweh in Arabic
يهوه ( رب العبرانيين فى العهـد القديم )

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Yahweh in Russian
(n) иегова; яхве

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Yahweh in Vietnamese
Gia Vê [tôn danh mà người Do Thái thời cổ xưa tuyên xưng Thiên Chúa, có nghĩa là "Ngài Tại Đây", "Ngài Sinh Động"].

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Yahweh in Persian
(yahveh) يهوه‌(نام‌ خدا درميان‌ قوم‌ اسرائيل‌)

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)yahveh(يهوه(نام خدا درميان قوم اسرائيل)

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)yahveh(يهوه‌)نام‌ خدا درميان‌ قوم‌ اسرائيل‌(

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(ٌ‏ژگ¤¨گ ôّى ِ‘‏ُ¤¢ گ¢، ô‘÷)ùّû‏ (yahveh)

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