YHVH is God's Name (יהוה) translated into English; as the Hebrew lacks vowels.
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GOD’s Name (יהוה) transliterates directly into English as YHVH because the Hebrew alphabet
lacks vowels. Hebrew has No [W] sound, No [J] sound and the symbol ש is pronounced 'Sh'.
GOD’s most sacred Holy Name [יהוה] was given to us directly from the Hebrew language.
Correctly translating Hebrew into other languages can be difficult however. Some basic
linguistical rules need to be considered when translating Hebrew texts. These include a lack
of spacing between words, as a general rule has no written vowels and the basic direction
in which Hebrew is written (opposite: from right to left). Hebrew word spacing is a modern
advent that distinguishes one word from the next, aiding both translators and multi-linguists
alike. Unwritten 'implied' vowel sounds are a concern because, correct pronunciations of
Hebrew words are at risk. This point is made because the correct pronunciation was thought
to be lost, which led only to translators’ interpretations.
[יהוה] GOD’s Name [י] Yod [ה] Ha [ו] Vav [ה] Hey is pronounced YÄ-hä-vā & [יה] YÄ
The identity of יהוה=26 is 'GOD'=26 spoken as YÄ-hä-vā: where ä sounds like
that of the word 'ah' and the other ā sounds like the vowel in the word 'hay'.
The 'Divine'=63 'Deity'=63 of 'The Bible'=63 is 'YHVH'=63; 'YHVH is GOD'.
Ed J (Joshua 22:34)