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Yahwah is the ancient pronunciation of Yahvah
There is only one vocalization of the Hebrew Tetragrammaton YHWH and that is YA·HWAH (Yä-hwä )
ʾehyeh is the grammatical first person form of hayah / hawah (to be). Exodus 3:14
The j sound in English is an example of a palatal consonant, while the y sound in English (akin to the j sound in many other languages) is an example of a palatal approximant. In the former case (palatal consonant), the tongue is raised and flattened to touch the palate while in the latter case (palatal approximant) it does not touch the palate completely, allowing air to flow between the palate and the tongue.
While the modern Latin script has the letter j, Latin itself did not use j to start with and did not have a well-defined palatal consonant sound. Words like Iapheth, Iesus, Ieremiah, etc. were meant to be pronounced starting with a palatal approximant. In due course, due to natural phonological evolution, they began to be pronounced with a palatal consonant in certain Roman colonies. This gave rise to the need for distinction between the two sounds in writing. The letter j, which was really special cursive form of i became the symbol for this distinct new sound.
The Hebrew letter vav
Most scholars agree that the ancient pronunciation of the letter was more like a “W” and less like the “V” that it currently represents in the Modern Hebrew language.
Worshipers of Yahwah Alaha
Greek Ια (pronounced Yä)
The manuscript 4Q120 (also pap4QLXXLevb; VH 46; Rahlfs 802; LDAB 3452) is a Septuagint manuscript (LXX) of the biblical Book of Leviticus, found at Qumran. The Rahlfs-No. is 802. Palaoegraphycally it dates from the first century BCE. Currently the manuscript is housed in the Rockefeller Museum in Jerusalem.
Book of Revelation Chapter 19
Alleluia – Praise Ya
Exodus 3:14 is a play on words
I am Ehyeh (God Almighty) who is called Ea. Note the problem.
Exodus 6:3 I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, as God Almighty (Ehyeh pronounced eye-ya), but by my name Yahwah I did not make myself known to them
MarYa or “the Lord Ya”