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His Name According to Man

His Name
Ιησους = JESUS
Yah Will Save, Yah Saves
From (1) יה (yah), the name of the Lord, and (2) the verb ישע (yasha'), to save.
Related names
• Via יה (yah): See the 'browse by form' menu for a long list of yah-names.
• Via ישע (yasha'): Abishua, Bar-Jesus, Bath-shua, Chemosh, Elisha, Elishah, Elishua, Hosanna, Hosea, Hoshaiah, Isaiah, Ishi, Jason, Jeshua, Joshua, Malchi-shua, Mesha, Shuah

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1. Meaning: YaH will save, YaH saves
comment: In the meaning supplied by the Abarim Publications site, under Biblical Greek Dictionary, we read the admission.  Leaving behind the obvious mispronunciation and supplying the correct Name of our Lord -- can you say, YaHshua?  Or YaHushua?  So, why say or repeat a name that never existed until around 400 years ago, while the name, YaH, and YaHshua has existed in that same sound pattern for, say, six thousand years (6,000)?  It is obvious that His Name, the one given to Him at birth, has been replaced.  Taking a rose and calling it a tulip, does not change it from being a rose, but if it is incorrectly labeled a tulip, people will eventually become confused with a rose' sweet smell while the tulip has no smell.  Hopefully, that dispells the poetic notion some have expressed in quoting, "A rose by any other name is still a Rose"?  A true statement but applied incorrectly, and if this were to happen in a book on Horticulture, it would not be acceptable, and the experts in the field of plants, would correct this immediate, with apologizes all around.  That is, for when it comes to the Holy Name of our Lord, YaHshua.  Some variations -- YaHshua, YeHoshua, YaHushua  --  Jesus?   

2. Etymology:  From (1) יה (yah), the name of the Lord, and (2) the verb ישע (yasha'), to save.
comment:  Two letters forming the first part of His Name, יה -- HY, as written in Hebrew, from right to left, but in the English it would be from read from left to right, or, YH.  These two letters a of great importance, as this is the base for His actual Name, and is of it self, a complete Name, pronounced as YaH.  You can pronounce this name, with or without the vowel (a).  In the example, under Etymology, we see clearly that this is said to be, "...the name of the Lord".  A clear admission, and actually saying, YaH the NAME of the LORD.  But look at how it is downplayed -- yah, the name of the Lord -- as opposed to, how it is supposed to be YH or YaH, the name of the Lord.

In the name, JE sus, we see the vowel (e) used as a consonant, replacing the H, and this becomes, or is, a misspelling of His Name, as we can clearly see.  Etymology, means to follow a history of a word.  But, does this happen with the modern word, Jesus?  No, as not history is shown, none is given, only the word or words from those who make this stuff up.  It looks reasonable, it sound reasonable, but it is foolishness, and in complete and total error.  Not this site, Abrarim Publications, they are only repeating what they have found is quoted and presented by the other Greek Dictionaries, and sources.  They are a great source themselves, repeating what is available or accepted as scholarship in the world.  They are a wonderful reference source.  I used their presentation only as an example for what we find in the World.  They are only quoting from the quotables.

3. Related Names:  Via יה (yah): See the 'browse by form' menu for a long list of yah-names.

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