I know your perrty buisy
for coming to help our understanding with vowel "kawmateshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_God
Judaism the Holy Name is sometimes related to the ancient Hebrew ehyeh, "I AM".
commonly translated "I AM" is Ehyeh (Hebrew: אהיה),from Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, "I Am that I Am (or will be, ongoing)"
and is commonly given as a sacred name for God.
Rabbinical interpreters and some scholars have asserted that Yahweh is an archaic third person form of hayah "to be", which is rendered Ehyeh when spoken by God in the first person;
critics of this theory note that the proper triconsonantal root would seem to be h-w-h
..'Judaism the Holy Name is sometimes related to the ancient Hebrew ehyeh, "I AM"."...Ehyeh
is quite a bit different than and shouldn't be confused Eloah and Elohim?
..."Allah is the most frequently used name of God in Islam.
It is an Arabic word meaning "The God". The word Allah is a cognate of the Hebrew word Eloah""..http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_God
Quote from http://biblescripture.net/Hebrew.html
Please note that the letter ו
in Biblical Hebrew was known as waw and pronounced as w, as יהוה Yahweh, and ויקרא Wayiqra, the original Hebrew name for the Book of Leviticus, whereas in modern Hebrew ו is known as vav and pronounced as v.
So appearently the vav was a later development in the Hebrew language
But were actually talking about the oldest language in the world
refered to by the scholars as the Semetic language.
Which they refer to as the language of God or better said the Language of Yaw/Yahh.
Perry cool, huh
The senetic language because it so old scholar say affected something like 250 maybe 300 different languages
trying to recall the number without looking it up.
So we might see simularities to the semetic language in other languages because of this.
.."Do some research on the pronunciation of the vowel "kawmates." "...
I plugged the Hebrew vowel "kawmates into google and came up withhttp://biblescripture.net/Hebrew.html
..."Beginning in the pre-Exilic period, the following three consonants,
ה hey, ן waw, י yod
were used at the end of a word to indicate final vowels.
Beginning in the post-Exilic period, waw and yod were also used as vowel indicators within a word."...
Vowels in Masoretic Hebrew Scripture are a combination of the historically long vowels, Hey, Waw, and Yod, and the Masoretic or Tiberian Vowel Points.
Vowels are long or short in quality and quantity. Hey ה, Waw ו, and Yod י became known as "matres lectiones," or "mothers of reading,"
as they assisted in reading Scripture.
The individual letter used as a vowel was known as a mater. Waw served as a vowel and was pronounced as long o or u, whereas Yod as a vowel was pronounced as long e or i.
Hey served as a final long a.
The Masoretic vowel points in conjunction with the mater helped to clarify and preserve the proper pronunciation, so that, for example,
waw with a dot over it וֹ was pronounced long o,
and waw with a dot beside it וּ was pronounced long u.
The vowel points for Hey and Yod occur underneath the prior letter.
So I was wondering if you Could give an example of the
4 constanants (YHWH)
with the vowel "kawmates included with the Consonants
I noticed my browser didn't display the signs right when i made this post.
again many thanks
for helping with this
Jer 31:33 But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Isra'l;
After those days, saith יהוה,
I will put my law in their inward parts,
write it in their hearts;
and will be their God, and they shall be my people. Heb 8:10