The Hebrew word YHWH is not a name but a description. You cannot pronounced the Hebrew word YHWH pertaining to the Name of God. Moses was given a scene in the burning bush a man cruficified.
Although in the English language the term onomatopoeia means "the imitation of a sound", the compound word onomatopoeia (ὀνοματοποιία) in the Greek language means "making or creating names". For words that imitate sounds, the term ὴχομιμητικό (echomimetico) or echomimetic) is used.
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The word YHWH is the origin why a God given name had a meaning or a mission attached to it. Starting from Jesus Christ, Mary and Prophets and Patriarchs and Old Testament names had a corresponding meaning and mission that defines the life of the bearer of the name.
YHWH tetragammanton means "Behold the Hand, Behold the Nails".
This means, Moses was able to see the pre-figurement of Jesus at the Foot of the Cross as the means of God Salvation.
They are pronounced, in Hebrew, "Yod Hey Vav Hey," when you read them in the Hebrew manner from right to left.
The four letters in God's name in Hebrew have the following meanings:
Hey = Behold
Vav = Nail
Yod = Closed Hand
When read in English from left to right, it says:
"BEHOLD THE NAIL, BEHOLD THE HAND!" Or, "Behold the nailed hand."
The greatest mystery behind the Hebrew word YHWH is the word "BEHOLD"
Behold means to gaze. and Moses was given the chance to BEHOLD that Man Crucified at the Cross.
Jesus at the Foot of the Cross uttered the word "BEHOLD" to the Woman and to St.John the beloved Apostles.
"When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved, he said to his mother, “Woman, behold, your son.” Then he said to the disciple, “Behold, your mother.” And from that hour the disciple took her into his home."(John19"26-27)
God commanded Moses to BEHOLD and Jesus commanded the Woman to BEHOLD.We either represents St.John or the other Mary's and we too are commanded by Jesus to BEHOLD His sacrifice "At the Foot of the Cross". But we can only BEHOLD the Crucified Christ and understand the meaning of the Cross of Christ if each one of us welcome Mary in our home, meaning allowing Mary to be our own Mother too as the greatest gift of Jesus Christ to all of us.