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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of tetragrammaton

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of tetragrammaton:
/tɛtɹəɡɹɑmətən/

Derived Form of tetragrammaton

noun
plural: tetragrammatons
Noun
1
four Hebrew letters usually transliterated as YHWH (Yahweh) or JHVH (Jehovah) signifying the Hebrew name for God which the Jews regarded as too holy to pronounce
Type oftetragram,

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  1. as is obvious from the line which leads from him to the tetragrammaton above.
  2. In the Old Testament the word tetragrammaton
  3. but he's J. H. W. H. Conway, which is an allusion to the tetragrammaton, the
  4. In the Old Testament the word tetragrammaton
  5. that means that the tetragrammaton,
  6. tetragrammaton, the four letters that are
  7. knowing the Tetragrammaton,
  8. knowing the Tetragrammaton is loving God,
  9. of the Tetragrammaton, which are (speaking in Hebrew).
  10. to the four classical elements and the four letters of the tetragrammaton.
  11. The names of God used most often in the Tanach are Elohim and the Tetragrammaton, which is
  12. honestly one of the coolest words ever. The Tetragrammaton is the letters YHWH.
  13. Tetragrammaton, it's written with four letters
  14. of your Bible, Yahwehs Name is found in the form of four letters, called the Tetragrammaton,
  15. Yah, Y-a-h, and is spelled by the first two letters of the Tetragrammaton, YH. The name
  16. Masoretic has the Tetragrammaton, that is, the four-letter Hebrew word for Yahweh
  17. note that the Tetragrammaton does not appear a single time in the New
  18. Tetragrammaton. Did the New Testament writers do this because they were
  19. not the Tetragrammaton. By the same token, Matthew uses the Hebrew/Aramaic word for
  20. issue as before regarding the Tetragrammaton and the Lord. As discussed earlier,