The name “Jehova” (pronounced “yah-ho-vah”) is derived from the Hebrew name “יְהֹוָה” (pronounced “yo-vah”) which is based upon the Masoretic version of the Biblical Hebrew name “יהוה” (pronounced “yah-ho”). The name Jehova and all of its predecessors means “my lord”. The name Jehova is derived from the Greek “Iesous” (pronounced “ease-us”), from which the English name “Jesus” is derived. This Greek name is a rendering of the Hebrew name “ישוע” (pronounced “yeh-shu-ah”) which is a variant of ...
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