Yah + Hovah = JeHovah - Meaning God of Wickedness & Deceit
"The ancient Hebrew text consisted only of consonants, since the Hebrew alphabet had no written vowels. Vowel sings were invented by the Jewish Masoretic scholars in the sixth century and later."
The letters E, U, and O are vowel sounds. It is also important to mention that there are no V's or V sounds in the Ancient Hebrew. There's no possible way that the Hebrews using the Ancient Hebrew tongue could have called upon the names Yehovah, Yeshua, Yohoshua, Yashua, Yaweh, Yaveh, etc.
Now that we understand that the names Yeshua and Yehovah cannot be the names, we can now move onto the next topic.
When you begin to research and study the languages in which the Old and New Testament were written, you will start realize how the names Yehovah, Yahawah, Yeshua, Yahawahshi, Jehovah, Jesus etc. have nothing at all to do with the functions of the Most High GOD and Christ. Let's examine the name Yehovah or Yahawah using the rules of the Hebrew language. One of the claims that people like to make is that the name Yehovah or Yahawah or Jehovah means simply "to be". To an average unlearned person, this may make perfect sense. But, to someone one that has at least a little bit of understanding when it comes to the Hebrew language can see that this statement doesn't make since whatsoever.
Example: The names Jehovah, Yehovah, Yahawah, and Yahweh are all synonymous. They all breakdown to the same base and root, prefix and suffix words:
Yah or Jah = God or powers (H3050)
The problem is that Jah or Yah alone does not signify what god or power it's talking about.
Before we go into the base word of Yehovah, we'll first destroy the idea of Yehowah meaning "to be". When you look in the Hebrew, the word for "to be" is the base word "Hayah"[H1961]. The question for most people should be, if the word 'Hayah' means "to be", shouldn’t it be actually included into the name of the Most High GOD? When you examine the names Jehovah, Yahweh, Yahawah, etc. Nowhere within these names is the Hebrew word for "to be" included.
So the question is how did they come up with the statement that Jehovah or Yehovah or Yahawah simply means to be?
Before we go into that, let's examine the root word for the name Yehovah:
Havah or Hawah or Hovah = הוּה havvâh
From H1933 (in the sense of eagerly coveting and rushing upon; by implication of falling); desire; also ruin: - calamity, iniquity, mischief, mischievous (thing), naughtiness, naughty, noisome, perverse thing, substance, very wickedness.
The question still posses itself of where did they get the idea of Jehovah meaning simply "to be"?
Which version of the Jewish Masoretic Synagogue of Satan name YHWH(Baal) do you call on?
"Which think to cause my people to forget my name by their dreams which they tell every man to his neighbour, as their fathers have forgotten my name for Baal". (Baal is another name for Yah and Jehovah) Jeremiah 23:27
Now, lets use the same principles when it comes to the true name of the Most High GOD which is Ahayah:
A primitive root (compare H1933); to exist, that is, be or become, come to pass (always emphatic, and not a mere copula or auxiliary): - beacon, X altogether, be (-come, accomplished, committed, like), break, cause, come (to pass), continue, do, faint, fall, + follow, happen, X have, last, pertain, quit (one-) self, require, X use.
We see that Hayah means "to be" or "to exist". In the Hebrew language, AH is a prefix word which indicates first person or singular. Hence; AH-Hayah means that "I Exist", "I Be" or in the instance of Ex. 3:14 "I Am". See how simple that is.
The following provides definitive proof which includes the obvious infusion of the name YHWH - Jehovah to the original scriptures to "plant" the false idea that this name is the Most High's name.
3050. Yah + 1943. hovah
Part of Speech: Proper Name
Phonetic Spelling: (yaw)
Short Definition: LORDWord Origin
contr. from Yhvh
the name of the God of Israel
GOD (1), LORD (49).
Contraction for Yhovah, and meaning the same; Jah, the sacred name -- Jah, the Lord, most vehement. Compare names in "-iah," "- jah."
see HEBREW Yhovahבְּיָ֣הּ בְּיָ֥הּ ביה יָ֑הּ יָ֔הּ יָ֖הּ יָ֗הּ יָ֡הּ יָ֣הּ יָ֨הּ ׀ יָ֬הּ יָ֭הּ יָּ֑הּ יָֽהּ׃ יָהּ יה יה׃ bə·yāh beYah bəyāh Yah yāh
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (ho-vaw')
Short Definition: disasterWord Origin
a ruin, disaster
הֹוָה noun feminine ruin, disaster (compare belowהַוָּה) Ezekiel 7:26 הֹוָה עַל הֹוָה תָבוֺא disaster shall come upon disaster, Isaiah 47:11 וְתִמֹּל עָלַיִךְ הֹוָה disaster shall fall upon thee ("" רָעָה, שֹׁאָה).
Another form for havvah; ruin -- mischief.
see HEBREW havvahהֹוָ֔ה הֹוָ֤ה הֹוָה֙ הוה hō·wāh hoVah hōwāh
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (hav-vaw')
Short Definition: destructionWord Origin
desire, chasm, destruction
calamities (1), calamity (1), craving (1), deadly (1), desire (2), destruction (8), destructive (1), greed (1).
הַוָּה noun feminine 1. desire;
Jehovah is a 13th Century Invented Name
Raymundus Martini, a 13th century Spanish Catholic monk, combined the name "YHWH" with "Adonai" and invented the false name "Jehovah".
So in conclusion, you cannot use YAH or JAH alone as the Fathers name and you cannot add HOVA / HAVA / HAWAH to the end, because it means WICKEDNESS / PERVERSE.