.Um...I made sure to mention that I have the NEW Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.
Check the preface you will see that it was published in 1890 as you acknowledge a few sentences below!
.I can accept that, but I like to retain the vowel sound of His name "Yahh." "Yahowshu'a." "Yehowshu'a." Saul Goode.
Who is Saul Goode and what has he got to do with anything?
.Still an opinion, nonetheless.
Bulk wrap! I don’t post opinion. It is the informed consensus of publishers. Even if it was just a publishers opinion that beats the “H” out of your uninformed assumptions/presuppositions. See e.g. this product statement at Christianbooks.com
A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars, Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs, spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing this lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the "father of modern. Hebrew lexicography," BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB's exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible.
.~sigh~ NEW, Mr. Allen Richards. NEW.
~sigh~ Right back at you. If you are quoting the Hebrew and Chaldee dictionary from Strong’s and it shows Jehovah for YHWH it is NOT new and it has not been revised.
.Did I ever say there was? As I recall, I only stated that "Jehovah" is the transliteration of the Hebrew "Yehoweh." NOTE: I spelled it "Y-e-h-o-w-e-h" and not "Y-a-h-o-w-e-h."[/qu ote]
Are you for real?“Yehoweh” is the transliteration of the Hebrew Yod, Heh, Wah, Yod. How can you have a transliteration of a transliteration?
[QUOTE]Over 200 years old? Really? It was published in 1890. That's only 122 years, isn't it? And it's been revised since, hence my use of the term "new," which does appear on the cover and within the book.
If you are quoting the Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary in Strong’s and it has Jehovah, then it has not been revised. I have the Strongest Strong’s which was published in 2001, it has been fully revised and corrected and the Hebrew-Aramaic dictionary does NOT have Jehovah for the tetragrammaton.