God, especially in Christian translations associated with the Hebrew Scriptures.
A Jehovah's Witness.
A Scripture name of this Supreme becoming, wherein he was uncovered toward Jews because their covenant God or Sovereign of this theocracy; the “ineffable name” regarding the Supreme Being, that was not pronounced by the Jews.
In the Old Testament, one of the names of God as the deity of the Hebrews: in the English version usually translated, or rather represented, by “the LORD.” See etymology.
In modern-day Christian usage, Jesus.
a name for God of Old-Testament as transliterated through the Hebrew consonants YHVH