YHVH


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YHWH

also YHVH or JHVH or JHWH  (yo͝od′hä′väv′hä′, yä′wā, yä′wĕ)
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The Hebrew Tetragrammaton representing the name of God.

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JHWH

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(Judaism) Old Testament the letters of the Tetragrammaton See also Yahweh, Jehovah

YHVH

or YHWHH,

a transliteration of the Tetragrammaton.
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Noun1.YHVH - a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
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Yet they are mirror images of each other; while the text addressing the milah begins with the appellation of YHVH and ends with that of Elohim, with respect to the akedah the order is reversed.
This name--Allah for Muslims and YHVH for Jews--differs from all the other names that are just philosophical terms for a universal aspect or role of God.
Ed Noort, a Dutch scholar, has called this passage "the most peculiar sentence on the role of torah [sic] in the Hebrew Bible," noting that"[i]t is YHVH himself who provides the laws leading to death instead of life.
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When he said "before Abraham was, I am," he was speaking of the first Holy Name of G -- d, Ehieh, translated "I am," which precedes the second Holy Name, YHVH, Jehovah ("I am that I am"), the God of Abraham.
The name E-l Shad-dai reveals miracles bounded in nature, while the name YHVH reveals boundless supernatural miracles.
One peculiarity of this volume is the rendering of the Divine Name (the tetragrammaton) as YHVH instead of the proper YHWH, for the letter "vav" of modern Hebrew was pronounced as a "w" in Biblical Hebrew, as indeed Prof.
Yehuda Sirilion at Berakhot 53b from the late twelfth- or early thirteenth-century record the numerological explanation that the value of amen, 91, equals that of YHVH and Adonay (26+65).
At the frontal lobes God is creator and commander, mother and nurturer, or any image we choose; in the limbic system YHVH is my rock, my milk, my rosemary leaf, and words are short-circuited by the body's allegiance.