Our 1st prayer when we are born, and the last prayer before we die.

There are different word formations for the Hebrew base word "shêm" (Strong's Hebrew H8034) that many Western World English Bibles and translations use the "Lord" word for, like the "YA" forms -- in some cases of Ancient Hebraic Source texts use, shall I say, "codes" instead ... I know of at least 3 of them, but other then that, there always seems to appear in ancient records the "Ya" part, so we have unity in that, and it's breathed on INHALING (1st syllable)... the 2nd syllable in the full form of "Yahweh" is EXHALED.

Thus, it's upon the lips of all humans that breathe, regardless of translations (like "Jehovah", "Yehovah", "Yahveh", "Yahvah", "Yahovah", "Yahuah" etc. etc. {forms ending in -ah are grammatically Feminine Gender. No one cell script forms for "j" and "v" in some languages}), and "Yahweh", spoken to and by "Mosheh", (it's a practice that the -eh ending is used for masculine names, cp. "Ninveh"), is breathed for all the breath, including the deaf/mute, those with speech impediments (like my Niece with Cerebral Palsy, and I've heard her do to full "Yahweh" form more audibly with my own ears!), and those in unconscious states. Glorious, is it not? 😉

OBVIOUSLY, hard consonants, like with a "J" or "V", can't be applicable for this title, since they are not "breathed", though "Eil" (aka "MOST HIGH", etc.), the Eternal Present one, has many titles, even in the Hebraic languages (Hebrew/Aramaic), and translated into the 6500+ languages that are in this big World now, and are not all equally the same and identical with each other.

"YaHWeH", Works beautifully with the Hebrew, in a stringent way... the words "breathe" and "wind" are included in the word "shêm" (Hebraic: "title" / English: "name"), and RUACH (Strongs Number H7307).

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