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 Tetragrammaton Encyclopedia @ OnlineReligion.com (Online Religion)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
According to one Jewish tradition, the Tetragrammaton is related to the causative form, the imperfect state, of the Hebrew verb הוה (ha·wah, "to be, to become"), meaning "He will cause to become" (usually understood as "He causes to become").
For similar reasons, an appearance of the Tetragrammaton in ancient Egyptian records of the 13th century BC sheds no light on the original pronunciation.
The spelling of the Tetragrammaton and connected forms in the Hebrew Masoretic text of the Bible, with vowel points shown in red.
www.onlinereligion.com /encyclopedia/Tetragrammaton   (3014 words)

  
 FYI: TETRAGRAMMATON - Jewish Encyclopedia
If such was the purpose, the means were ineffectual, since the pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton was known not only in Jewish, but also in non-Jewish circles centuries after the destruction of the Temple, as is clear from the interdictions against uttering it {Sanh.
With the Tetragrammaton must be included the names of G-d formed of twelve, forty-two, and seventy-two letters respectively, which are important factors in Jewish mysticism {Kid.
In the earliest manuscripts of the Septuagint the Tetragrammaton was given in Hebrew letters, which in Greek circles were suppose to be Greek and were read ----{don't have the Greek font for these letters} {Field, "Origenis Hexaplorum Quae Supersunt," i.
www.iahushua.com /ST-RP/tetje.htm   (1883 words)

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