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Yahweh

(yä`wĕ), modern reconstruction of YHWH, the ancient Hebrew ineffable name for GodGod,
divinity of the three great monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, as well as many other world religions. See also religion and articles on individual religions. Names for God

In the Old Testament various names for God are used.
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. Other forms are Jah, Jahve, Jahveh, Jahweh, Jehovah, Yahve, Yahveh, and Yahwe.

Yahweh

 

(also Yahveh, Jehovah), the name for god in Judaism. The name “Yahweh” was formed from the tetragrammaton YHWH, whose precise pronunciation is not known. Inasmuch as uttering the name was taboo, the tetragrammaton served as an ideogram for the word “Lord” (rendered in Greek as kyrios). The Masoretes vowelized the tetragrammaton to “Jehovah,” the name adopted by Christian theologians in the 14th century. According to its grammatical structure, the tetragrammaton, which is derived from the Hebrew verbal root hyh (“to be”), can mean either “eternally existing” or “creator of all that exists.” The exact meaning is debatable.

Yahweh

reconstruction of YHWH, ancient Hebrew name for God. [Heb. Lang.: NCE, 3019]
See: God

Yahweh

, Jahweh, Yahveh, Jahveh
Old Testament a vocalization of the Tetragrammaton, used esp by Christian theologians
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Next, each of the 28 cases was categorized according to the four primary possession meanings described by Steketee, Frost, and Kyrios (2003) associated with compulsive hoarding and distress when contemplating dispossession of possessions.
E, mais importante, Cristo e sempre kyrios, termo tecnico grego correspondente ao latino dominus, dono da casa, e nao uma figura politica.
Kyrios Christos; a history of the belief in Christ from the beginnings of Christianity to Irenaeus.
Sin embargo, los escasos estudios que han utilizado este instrumento en muestras clinicas arrojan dudas sobre la especificidad de esta relacion (Steketee, Frost y Kyrios, 2003; Bannon, Gonsalvez y Croft, 2008).
Doron, Sar-El, Mikulincer, and Kyrios explore how moral concerns relate to obsessive compulsive disorder in chapter sixteen.
eoiken oun ho krokodeilos toi diaboloi, he de enydros eis to tou Soteros hemon prosopon lambanetav labon gar ho Kyrios hemon ten choiken sarka katebe eis ton Haiden kai elyse tas odynas tou thanatou".
81) (Moulding, Kyrios, Doron, & Nedeljkovic , 2009) and the scale for examination contexts ([alpha] = .
Mike Kyrios from Swinburne University of Technology, who helped author the APS submission, told the publication that, once more research is invested in the disorder, it will allow health professionals to diagnose children with addictive behaviours from technology over-use, leading to the correct treatment.
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El Kyrios de una familia tenia autoridad sobre ellos y tambien responsabilidades sobre su mantenimiento.
Mujeres y esclavos cumplian roles disminuidos dentro de las iglesias, adscriptos al poder absoluto del kyrios propietario.
Pritchard-Gordon's best horses, the Earl of Sefton Stakes and Lingfield Oaks Trial winner Heaven Knows and useful hurdler Kyrios, were trained by Smyth, although Fahey was responsible for securing the single biggest prize gained in his colours with Prince Babar, winner of a sales race worth pounds 180,000 at Deauville in 1993.