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or JHWH  (yo͝od′hä′väv′hä′, yä′wā, yä′wĕ)
Variants of YHWH.
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(Bible) Old Testament variants of YHVH
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a transliteration of the Tetragrammaton.
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Noun1.JHVH - a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
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In Chapter 2, "Naming God," Giles reviews the manners in which God's name is conceived as well as written down on amulets and in literary works as a Tetragrammaton, or the Hebrew name of god composed in four letters as YHWH or JHVH, in the Libro de Alexandre and the Libro de buen amor.
Understanding that Lonnrot has embarked on a kind of Kabbalistic quest, where he refers to the texts in order to find answers, secrets, keys to the mystery, and therefore understanding the importance of language for him, Scharlach malees sure to add "La segunda letra del Nombre ha sido articulada" and "La ultima de las letras del Nombre ha sido articulada" after he commits the following crimes so that he forms "el Tetragramaton --el Nombre de Dios, JHVH" ("La muerte" 153 ,155, 162).
Note also that behind her head on a mosaic are the Hebrew letters for JHVH, designating Bernhadt herself as a quasi-deity.