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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jehovah

Jehovah is a Latinization of the Hebrew יְהֹוָה , one vocalization of the Tetragrammaton יהוה‎ .... The earliest available Latin text to use a vocalization similar to Jehovah ... The spelling used by Tyndale was "Iehouah"; at that time, "I" was not ...

garycottrell.wordpress.com/2011/07/26/is-jehovah-the-name-of-god

Jul 26, 2011 ...Jehovah” is meant to be a translation of perhaps the most… ... of the name Jehovah appears to be in a thirteenth century text of the Latin Vulgate. ... William Tyndale used the term in his English translation, spelling it Iehouah.

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Apr 24, 2011 ... INDIANA JONES AND NAME OF GOD JEHOVAH; YHWH; IEHOVA;. lovelough. Loading... Unsubscribe from lovelough? Cancel Unsubscribe.

www.indianajones.de/indy3/texte/goofs.php

The name Jehovah was indeed spelled with an "I" in classical Latin, but this is because there was no "J" in the language then; "I" served both purposes. The grail ...

www.jesuswalk.com/names-god/yahweh_jehovah.htm

Correct Spelling and Pronunciation of Yahweh vs. Jehovah. by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson ... The fourth step involved a shift in Latin, English, and French (and perhaps ...

www.catholic.com/qa/is-gods-name-yahweh-or-jehovah

In Hebrew the name of God is spelled YHWH. Since ancient Hebrew had no written vowels, it is uncertain how the name was pronounced originally, but there  ...

www.yhwh.com/jehovah.htm

In 1278 a spanish monk, Raymundo Martini, wrote the latin work PUGIO FIDEI ( Dagger of faith). In it he used the name of God, spelling it Yohoua. Later printings  ...

scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/3162/name-of-god-trap-from-indiana-jones-and-the-last-crusade

Apr 28, 2011 ... Here is a screen capture from the movie. I got this from Desert-Sky.net "zip file 5" file: 921. This was the most complete screen shot I could find, ...

www.bible.ca/jw-YHWH.htm

The most obvious proof that Jehovah's Witnesses spell YHWH wrong as " Jehovah" is the fact that the letter "J" doesn't even exist in Hebrew, Greek, Latin. Further ...