Adonai

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Ad·o·nai

 (ä′dō-nī′, -noi′)
n.
Lord. Used in Judaism as a spoken substitute for the ineffable name of God.

[Hebrew 'ădônāy, my lord : 'ādôn, lord; see ʔd in Semitic roots + -ay, my; see -y in Semitic roots.]

Adonai

(ˌædɒˈnaɪ; -ˈneɪaɪ)
n
(Bible) Judaism a name for God
[C15: from Hebrew: lord; compare Adonis]

A•do•nai

(ˌɑ doʊˈnaɪ, -ˈnɔɪ)

n.
Hebrew. a title of reverence for God, serving also as a substitute pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton.
[literally, my Lord; spoken in place of the ineffable name Yahweh]
Translations
Adonai