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Old 02-01-2012, 01:40 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by roman piso View Post
Pronounce "Jove" as according to rule of Classical Latin, its Pronounces YAHWEH

The Term "Joshua" becomes "Iesus" in Latin,
But you turn "Iove" into hebrew it becomes "Yahweh"
V / W / U are Interchangeable

Even the term "Yahuwah", its still Jove
and even "Jehovah"
YHWH is a transliteration from Hebrew that has no vowels יהוה

It means "the existing one" in Hebrew and has been archaeologically dated to 9th century BC.

Not really interested in later Greek or Latin variants or derivatives.
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