[yah-ve] /ˈyɑ vɛ/
[yah-we] /ˈyɑ wɛ/
a name of God, transliterated by scholars from the Tetragrammaton and commonly rendered Jehovah.
(Old Testament) a vocalization of the Tetragrammaton, used esp by Christian theologians
variant of Yahweh
1869, hypothetical reconstruction of the tetragrammaton YHWH (see Jehovah), based on the assumption that the tetragrammaton is the imperfective of Hebrew verb hawah, earlier form of hayah “was,” in the sense of “the one who is, the existing.”
[yah-viz-uh m] /ˈyɑ vɪz əm/ noun 1. . [yah-wiz-uh m] /ˈyɑ wɪz əm/ noun 1. the worship of or the religious system based on such worship. /ˈjɑːwɪzəm/ noun 1. variants of Yahwism or Yahvism See Yahwism /ˈjɑːwɪzəm/ noun 1. the use of the name Yahweh, esp in parts of the Old Testament, as the personal […]
allotted by God, the first of the sons of Naphtali (Gen. 46:24).
returner, the son of Meshullam, and father of Adiel (1 Chr. 9:12).
/dʒæ/ interjection 1. (Indian) victory (to)