shortened form of Jehovah, God's personal name in the Bible. Often appearing as part of Biblical names as "-iah", or "Jeho-" as in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Jehoshua, and Jehosaphat, and Hebrew words like "hallelujah".
Origin: [Heb. yh.]
Jah is the shortened form of the divine name YHWH, an anglicized version of the Tetragrammaton. The name is most commonly associated with the Rastafari movement or within the word hallelujah, although Christian groups may use the name to varying degrees. The name is used in some English Bible translations which reconstruct the Tetragrammaton. Other versions sometimes use the academic Hebrew reconstruction "Yah". Some languages use the letter "I" instead of "Y" or "J": Other languages use CH, S, and Z.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
jä, n. Jehovah. [Heb.]
The numerical value of JÄH in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of JÄH in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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