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YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
YHWH - Pronunciation & Meaning
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  • 1. FOR THE PHONETIC SOUNDShttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Ph onetic_Alphabet
  • 2. FOR THEFORMATION OF THE PHONETIC SOUNDShttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Place_of_articulat ion
  • 3. FROM HEBREW TO GREEK TO LATIN http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_alphabet
  • 4. Isa 28:9 Whom would He teach knowledge? And whomwould He make to understand the message? Thoseweaned from milk, those taken from the breasts!Isa 28:10 For it is: command upon command,command upon command, line upon line, lineupon line, here a little, there a little.Isa 28:11 For with a jabbering lip and a foreign tongueHe speaks to this people,Isa 28:12 to whom He said, “This is the rest, give restto the weary,” and, “This is the refreshing.” But theywould not hear.Isa 28:13 But the Word of was to them,“Command upon command, command uponcommand, line upon line, line upon line, here alittle, there a little,” so that they go and shallstumble backward, and be broken and snared andtaken captive.
  • 5. Exo 3:15 And Elohim said further to Mosheh, “Thus you are to say to the children of Yisra‟ĕl, „ Elohim of your fathers, the Elohim of Aḇraham, the Elohim of aq, and the Elohim of Ya‟aqoḇ, has sent me toyou. THIS IS MY NAME FOREVER, AND THIS IS MY REMEMBRANCE TO ALL GENERATIONS.‟ Psa 116:17 I bring You a slaughtering ofthanksgiving, AND CALL UPON THE NAME OF . Psa 116:18 I pay my vows to In the presence of all His people,Psa 116:19 In the courts of the House of , In your midst, O Yerushalayim. Praise Yah!
  • 6. Rev 2:17 “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the assemblies. Tohim who overcomes I shall give some of thehidden manna to eat. And I shall give him a white stone, and on the stone A RENEWEDNAME WRITTEN which no one knows except him who receives it.” ‟ Rev 3:12 “He who overcomes, I shall make him a supporting post in the Dwelling Place of My Elohim, and he shall by no means goout. And I shall write on him the NAME OF MY ELOHIM and the name of the city of My Elohim, the renewed Yerushalayim, which comes down out of the heaven from My Elohim, and MY RENEWED NAME.
  • 7. Exo 20:7 “You do not BRING ( - NaSHa‟) the Name of your Elohim to NAUGHT( - SHaWa‟) for does not leave the oneunpunished who brings His Name to naught. H5375 - nasha„ - naw-saw„ A primitive root; to lift …to bear … to bring H7723 - shaw „ – shaw‟h or shaw desolating; evil (as destructive), literally (ruin) or morally (especially guile); figuratively idolatry (as false, subjectively), uselessness (as deceptive,objectively; also adverbially in vain): - false (-ly), lie, lying, vain, vanity.
  • 8. H7723 - - SH W „ “shawa” - ruin/vanity - NounH7722 - - SH W „ “showah” - desolation - NounH7768 - - SH W C “shawaC” - to cry for help - VH7769 - - SH W C “shoowaC” - cry for help – NH7771 - - SH W C “showaC” - rich – NH3444 - - Y SH W C H “yeshooah” - deliverance - N passive participle of H3467 - Y SH C “yawshaC” - to save - V YAHUSHUA = YHWH Saves or YHWH is the Deliverer Yahusha is incorrect
  • 9. Psa 23:3 He turns back my being; He leads me in paths of righteousness FOR HIS NAME‟S SAKE. Psa 91:14 “Because he cleaves to Me in love,Therefore I deliver him; I set him on high, BECAUSE HE HAS KNOWN MY NAME. Psa 91:15 “When he CALLS ON ME (qara‟), I answerhim; I am with him in distress; I deliver him and esteem him. Mat 6:9 “This, then, is the way you should pray: „OurFather who is in the heavens, LET YOUR NAME BE SET- APART, Num 6:27 “Thus they shall PUT MY NAME ON THECHILDREN OF YISRA‟ĔL, and I Myself shall bless them.” In e-sword, The scriptures 1998 “Name” (Capitalized) is found 537 TIMES
  • 10. Ms - Ms%- ShaM The breath of a man is character, what makes one what he is. The name of an individual is more than an identifier but descriptive of his character or breath. Gen 2:7 And Elohim formed the man out ofdust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrilsbreath of life ( - NeSHMaT HHaYiM). And the man became a living being.
  • 11. Psa 23:3 He turns back my being; He leads me in paths of righteousness FOR HIS NAME‟S SAKE. Psa 91:14 “Because he cleaves to Me in love,Therefore I deliver him; I set him on high, BECAUSE HE HAS KNOWN MY NAME. Mat 6:9 “This, then, is the way you should pray:„Our Father who is in the heavens, LET YOUR NAME BE SET-APART,Num 6:27 “Thus they shall PUT MY NAME ON THE CHILDREN OF YISRA‟ĔL, and I Myself shall bless them.” In e-sword, The scriptures 1998 “Name” (Capitalized) is found 537 TIMES
  • 12. Mal 3:16 Then shall those who fear speak toone another, and listen and hear, and a book of remembrance be written before Him, of those who fear , and those WHO THINK UPON HIS NAME. Mal 3:17 “And they shall be Mine,” said of hosts, “on the day that I prepare a treasuredpossession. And I shall spare them as a man spares his own son who serves him.Psa 79:9 Help us, O Elohim of our deliverance, For the sake of the ESTEEM OF YOUR NAME. And deliver us, and cover over our sins, FOR YOUR NAME‟S SAKE!Psa 45:17 I cause Your Name to be remembered in all generations; Therefore the people praise You forever and ever.
  • 13. Jer 10:25 Pour out Your wrath on the gentiles who do not know You, and on the tribes who do not call on Your Name. For they have eaten up Yaʽaqoḇ, devoured him and consumed him, and laid waste his home.Mal 2:2 “If you do not hear, and if you do not take it to heart, to give esteem to My Name,” said of hosts, “I shallsend a curse upon you, and I shall curse your blessings. And indeed, I have cursed them, because you do not take it to heart. Psa 79:6 Pour out Your wrath on the gentiles Who have notknown You, And on reigns that have not called on Your Name. Psa 105:1 Give thanks to ! CALL UPON HIS NAME, Make known His deeds among the peoples. Psa 105:2 Sing to Him, sing praise to Him; Speak of all His wonders. Psa 105:3 Make your boast in His set-apart Name; Let the hearts rejoice of those seeking .
  • 14. Exo 9:16 “And for this reason I have raised you up, inorder to show you My power, and in order to declare My Name in all the earth.Eze 39:7 “And I shall make My set-apart Name known inthe midst of My people Yisra‟ĕl, and not let My set-apart Name be profaned any more. And the gentiles shall know that I am , the Set-apart One in Yisra‟ĕl. Deu 12:3 “And you shall break down their altars, andsmash their pillars, and burn their Ashĕrim with fire. And you shall cut down the carved images of their mighty ones and shall destroy their name out of that place. Deu 12:4 “Do not do so to your Elohim,Jer 23:27 who try to make My people forget My Name bytheir dreams which everyone relates to his neighbour, as their fathers forgot My Name for Ba‟al.
  • 15. Hos 2:16 “And it shall be, in that day,” declares , “thatyou call Me „My Husband,‟ and no longer call Me „My Ba‟al.‟Hos 2:17 “And I shall remove the names of the Ba‟als fromher mouth, and they shall no more be remembered by their name.Psa 44:20 If we have forgotten the Name of our Elohim, Or stretched out our hands to a foreign mighty one,Psa 44:21 Would Elohim not search this out? For He knows the secrets of the heart.Exo 23:13 “And in all that I have said to you take heed. Andmake no mention of the name of other mighty ones, let it not be heard from your mouth.Hos 12:5 even Elohim of hosts, is His remembrance. Deu 18:5 “For your Elohim has chosen him out of allyour tribes to stand to serve in the Name of , him and his sons forever.
  • 16. Joe 2:30 “And I shall give signs in the heavens and upon the earth: blood and fire and columns of smoke,Joe 2:31 the sun is turned into darkness, andthe moon into blood, before the coming of the great and awesome day of .Joe 2:32 “And it shall be that everyone who CALLS (qara‟) on the Name of shall be delivered. For on Mount Tsiyon and in Yerushalayim there shall be an escape as has said, and among the survivors whom calls (qara‟) .
  • 17. H7121 - qârâ„ - kaw-raw TO CALL OUT TO(that is, properly address by name, but used in a wide variety of applications): - bewray [self], that are bidden, CALL (for, forth, self, upon), CRY (unto), (be) famous, guest, INVITE, MENTION, (give) name, PREACH, (make) PROCLAIM (-ation),PRONOUNCE, PUBLISH, READ, RENOWNED, SAY.
  • 18. Rq - Rq - QR Ac – Call, co – Meeting ab – Event The pictograph q is a picture of the sun atthe horizon and the gathering of the light, the r is a picture of the head of a man.Combined these mean "gather the men". The meeting or bringing together of people or objects by arrangement, accident or purchase.(eng: occur; call - with the exchange of the l and r)
  • 19. Arq - Arq - Q-RA VERB I. Call: To call or call out, to call a name or give a name. [Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Meet: To come together to meet. Also a chance encounter.III. Read: To read a scroll in the presence of those called to a meeting. [freq. 883]
  • 20. H3050 - – YAH Appearances in Scriptures: About 50**6 times outside of Psa and SofS (Poetry)** H3068 - – YHWH Appearances in Scriptures: 8000+ NUMBER OF NAMES THAT CONTAIN YAH 137 NAMESNUMBER OF NAMES THAT CONTAIN YAHU 100 NAMES
  • 21. YAH IS FROM THE VERB HAYAH = EIE (H1961)It means : to exist, be or become, come to pass TO HAVE BREATHTHERE IS ANOTHER VERB THAT MEANS “TO EXIST” H1933 hâwâ hâwâh haw-waw, haw-waw to breathe; to be (in the sense of existence):
  • 22. H1735 Dodawahu (do-daw-waw-hoo) love of Yah; Dodawah, an Israelite H1937 Hodewah (ho-dew-aw„)majesty of Yah; Hodewah (or Hodewyah), an IsraeliteEVEN THOUGH THE NAMES END IN “WAH” THEY STILL PAY ATTRIBUTE TO YAH
  • 23. THEORY – YAH AND – WAH COULD POSSIBLY BE PARTICIPLES WITH THE MEANING:“THE EXISTER” OR “THE ONE WHO EXISTS”
  • 24. Exo 3:14 And Elohim said to Mosheh, “I AM THATWHICH I AM.” And He said, “Thus you shall say tothe children of Yisra‟ĕl, „I am has sent me to you.‟ „-HYH „SHR „-HYH I WILL EXIST HOW I WILL EXIST „ASHER = Relative PronounExo 3:15 And Elohim said further to Mosheh, “Thus you are to say to the children of Yisra‟ĕl, „Elohim of your fathers, the Elohim of Aḇraham, the Elohim of aq, and the Elohim of Ya‟aqoḇ, hassent me to you. This is My Name forever, and this is My remembrance to all generations.‟
  • 25. IF YOU READ THE STORY BEHIND FAMOUSNAMES SUCH AS, LARSI (Yishr‟al – “Yisra‟el”),THE 12 TRIBES OF LARSI, THE NAMES OFTHE PATRIARCHS AND EVEN THE NAME OF hISMe OSFeI (Yahushua HaMashich) YOU‟LL REALIZE THEY TELL YOU THE INTENDED MEANING BEHIND THE NAMEBEFORE YAH TOLD MOSHE THE NAME: EFEI IN VERSE 15, HE STATED eIeA RSA eIeA („ahayah asher „ahayah) AND HIHA AGAINTHUS WE KNOW THE MEANING BEHIND eFeI WILL HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH “EXISTENCE”
  • 26. Lachish OstraconLINES 1, 15, 17(2) = NAMES W/ YAHU LINES 3, 9 = YHWH Estimated Date: 589/588 BCE (Before the fall to Babylon)
  • 27. Katef Hinnom Silver ScrollsEstimated Date: 700-600 BCE
  • 28. The Mesha Stele aka “The Moabite Stone" Line 17: women and female slaves. For Ashtar Kemosh I put it to the ban. And I took from there the vessels Line 18: of YHWH, and I hauled them before Kemosh. Now the king of Israel had built Possibly parallels events of 2 Kings 3 Estimated Date: 840 BCE
  • 29. Tel Dan SteleLine 8. the king of Israel, and I killed [...]yahu son of [... the ki]/ng of Estimated Date: 870-750 BCE
  • 30. Date of Writing: c. 700 BCE Location of Discovery: Outside of Los Lunas New MexicoThese are the Ten Commandments written in Paleo-Hebrew found in AMERICA
  • 31. is found over 380 times Isa 33:22 for is our Judge, is our Lawgiver, is our Sovereign, He saves us –
  • 32. THERE ARE A COUPLE THEORIES BEHIND THE MEANING OF EFEI 1) “HE EXISTS” where the name reads EfE-iIn Hebrew Grammar, adding an I to the beginning of a verb (EfE) makes it 3rd Person Singular Masculine Imperfect Hence EfE-I would either mean “He Will Exist” or “HE EXISTS”, it would be the latter to be consistent in tense with eIeA - “I AM”2) EfEI is derived from afei which is pronounced “YAH-OO” and means either He Shall be (verb) or the name YAHU which means EfEI is He (H3058) Exo 6:2 And Elohim spoke to Mosheh and said to him, “I am .
  • 33. Isa 48:12 “Listen to Me, O Ya‟aqoḇ, and Yisra‟ĕl, My called: I am He ( ), I am the First, I am also the Last. Isa 41:4 “Who has performed and done it, calling thegenerations from the beginning? „I, , am the first, and with the last I am He.‟ ” ( ) Isa 43:10 “You are My witnesses,” declares , “And My servant whom I have chosen, so that you know and believe Me, and understand that I am He. Before Me there was no Ěl formed, nor after Me there is none. Isa 43:11 “I, I AM , and besides Me there is no saviour. Isa 46:3 “Listen to Me, O house of Ya‟aqoḇ, and all theremnant of the house of Yisra‟ĕl, who are borne from the belly, who are carried from the womb:Isa 46:4 even to your old age, I am He, and even to grey hairs I carry! I have made and I bear, and I carry and rescue.
  • 34. 3)HAYAH (1961) = TO EXIST, TO BE,HUW (1931) = THAT, WHICH, WHO, HEHAWAH (1933) = TO EXIST, TO BE
  • 35. YAHWEH?
  • 36. YAHWEH?
  • 37. YAHWEH?It was the Greek translators that would often replace the “ah” ending that was believed to be feminine, with an “eh” endingFurthermore, despite the variation in vowelpointings, most of the ones I‟ve come seen show that there is suppose to be an “aw” sound between the f waw and the e ha
  • 38. YAHWEH? HEBREW GRAMMAR HWH pronounced “Hawah” is… - 3rd Person (He, She, They) - Masculine (He) - Perfect Tense Verb - Meaning “He Existed”To get „He Will Be” or “He Exists” you add the Yad i Now normally this would be pronounced (according to current Hebrew Grammar Rules) “yih‟woh” But there are some issues with that…
  • 39. YAHWEH? HEBREW GRAMMAR HWH is what you call in Hebrew Grammar an “IRREGULAR VERB” 1) It starts and ends with Ha 2) It has 2 Ha hence it‟s labeled “Doubly Weak” 3) Because it has a Waw in the middle, it‟s called a “Hollow Verb” Each of these conditions have special rules in pronunciation, let alone all there in one word We‟ll discuss this more later,However, even in Hebrew Grammar, there is no vowel pointing that renders the pronunciation “Yahweh”
  • 40. There are 4 possibilities based on the Hebrew Grammar Rules I‟ve studied thus far YaHaWaH YaHuWaH YaHoWaH YaHuWaH *** Regarding “Yeh” – when talking about naturalpronunciation, the Masorites would place a Shewa (:)under the first letter of a word with multiple syllables because we naturally would not pronounce “Yaw” at the beginning of the word when spoken at regularspeed, hence the most accurate way to represent the first syllable would be Y‟ or Yə
  • 41. Of the three, YaHuWaH and YaHuWaH is the most attested larsi from 1) The name of the Tribe of which The MessiYah came from is edfei which is pronounced “YaHUDah” Never YaHODaH nor YaHUDehGen 29:35 And she conceived again and bore a son, and said, “Now I praise .” So she called his name Yehuḏah. And she ceased bearing.
  • 42. 2) “Yahu” fei is at the end of 72 Hebrew names in Scripture, not “Yaho” 3) In order to get thepronunciation YaHoDaH (or YehoDah), would need special vowel pointings. It‟s believed these vowel pointings were altered soefei would have the same vowels as Adonai and Elohim (Like Yehovih – H3069)
  • 43. 4) The Waw can be a Consonant and a Vowel H6312 puah pûwwâh poo-aw, poow-wawa blast; Puah or Puvvah, the name of two Israelites: - Phuwah, Pua, Puah. Another Example „aliyahu - feila = My Power is efei (H452) VS „alihu – feila = He is My Power (H453) Exact same spelling, but they have different meanings because the YAD in „ALIYAHU is consonant and a vowel while it‟s only a vowel in „ALIHU
  • 44. 5) aHaYah – „aSheR - aHaYah aHaYaH – HuW – aHaWaH The above two statements say the exact same thingI Will Be (What, Who, How, That, Cause) I Will Be This wouldn‟t work if the middle said “Ho” which means Oh! Alas! Ah!Some Hebrew names are a mashup of words YaHUDah = YHWH + YaDaH YaHUSHUA = YHWH + YaSHUA YSHaR‟aL = Y + SHaRaH + „aL YHWH = HaYaH + HuW + HaWaH Or YHWH = Y + HaWaH
  • 45. 6) Vowel Points Because the Hebrew Language is “Abjad” (Consonant Only) certain techniques were employed after TaNaKh was written determine vowel soundsBy the beginning of the Middle Ages, the Masoretes ofBabylonia and Palestine (6th–10th century) had fixed in writing, by points and annotation, the traditional pronunciation, punctuation, and (to some extent) interpretation of the biblical text. - Encyclopedia BritannicaHowever, The Dead Sea Scrolls (408 BCE - 318 CE) didn‟t use vowel points, they used “matreslectionis” (Latin: "mothers of reading“),the use of certain consonants to indicate a vowel.
  • 46. 6) Vowel Points86% of the instances that YHWH is written in the TaNaKh is vowel pointed as Where = Qamets = “a” as in father And = Schwa = "ə" sounds like the “a” in a-bout, or ca-reenFor Yeh-o-wah, you would need the pointing = Holam = “o” as in role
  • 47. 7) Lion of larsi
  • 48. 8) THE HA
  • 49. 8) THE HA
  • 50. 8) THE HA The Greeks would use characters from ouralphabet that represented letters that did notpronounce (the gutturals a f o) to represent vowel soundsI believe in Ancient Hebrew Ha e was just aBREATH while Hhat h was a stronger breaththat was closer to the pronounced letter “H” (Hercules vs Alleluiah) I believe this is why Jamaicans don‟tpronounce “H” at the beginning of a word, it‟s because we lost the original pronunciation
  • 51. 8) THE HA I also believe this is how we went from fei (YaHU) to fi (YO) Like in Yohhanan, Yosaph, Yonah, Yo‟al ** “Joshua” and “Judah”** This is also the reason why some of the names in Scripture is missing the “H” Habel – Able, Hoshea – Osee, HalaluYah - AlleluiaAlso when there is suppose to be a “Hh” they put and “H” Hham – Ham, Hhizqiyahu - Hezekiyah, Hhermon - HermonBUT: HaYaH vs HhaYaH, HaWaH vs. HhaYaH
  • 52. 8) THE HA H1887 – ha‟ A primitive particle; lo!: - behold, lo. H162 - ăhâhh - a-hawApparently a primitive word expressing pain exclamatorily; Oh!: - ah, alas. H1929 - hâhh - haw ah! expressing grief: - woe worth. The pictograph e represents“one who is looking at a great sight with his hands raised and taking a long breath”.
  • 53. 8) THE HA Ha e is a Breath The other Gutturals (From the throat) A h oAlso deal with the breath, their sound is made by changing the shape of the channel the breath flows through, just like vowels In Hebrew the Gutturals were characters, but their sound was related to the vowel before and/or after itThis is why the Greeks used these Characters for Vowel Letters
  • 54. To this day the Cherokee call the Creator "Yowa",which does resemble "Iowa", which would be a short form. J.C. Beltrami called the Iowa river the YAHOWA10 river,interesting to say the least.- A Pilgrim in Europeand America Vol. II p. 151 byJ.C. Beltrami (1828)

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