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Author Topic:   The Etymology of EL, ELOI, ELAH, ELOH, ELOAH, ELOHIM, and the word ALAH.
John

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 ELOAH. {aleph, lamedh, vav, he.}

Hebrew fundamentally has both masculine and feminine gender phonetic vowel pronunciations for much of its words, besides the words tense, singularity or plurality that affect each word pronunciation.

EL, ELOI, ELAH, ELOH, ELOAH, ELOHIM, ALAH, etc., are use in the over all scripture text as a generic titles not a names. However there is evidence that both the Yahwdim people and Gentiles use them as both masculine and feminine gender names, by a component or a whole persons name.

EL {Strong’s # 410 aleph, lamedh.} as {Strong’s # 416 Beyth-El. beth, yod tav. - aleph, lamedh.}

Most Scholastic Etymology cross references of this word in ancient Hebrew attests that the correct vowel masculine singular syllable pronunciation “EL,” that evolve from the root word “Eh-li,” is in turn a directly derive from {Eval. aleph, vav, lamedh.} meaning “desires to be strong or longed to be in front.” “Eh-li,” is a straight offshoot of {Strong’s # 428 Elh. aleph, lamedh, he.} meaning, “to strive to reach,” from this cause it literally means “HE whom everyone strives to reach,” which is a continual scriptural ideal in “strive to reach for YAHWEH,” is the expected charge of every Yahwdim (Ex. 19:6) as a kingdom of Kohenim is (Ex. 19:22) to Come near to YAHWEH.

EL is a masculine singular noun meaning Almighty as illustrated is the direct derivative form {Eh-li. aleph, yod, lamedh, yod.}, which means "MIGHTY" as in men of high rank and power. (Ezekiel 31: 11) “Mighty-one" {Strong’s # 352, Ey-al. aleph, yod, lamedh.} of the Gentiles,” and as well in (Job 41: 17) “Mighty men" {Elim. aleph, lamedh, yod, mem}. {Strong’s # 419, Eldad. aleph, lamedh, daleth, daleth.} means El has love.

(Gen. 14: 22) “YAHWEH, the most high EL.”

(Gen. 14:18) "EL ELYON" mean the [Most High], and the expression EL ELOYOM [the Most High] and was also applied to YAHWEH Elohim [the Most High]. Melchizedek whose name mean "The King is Justice" is not surprising that this is mentioned in ancient Phoenician records who whore priest of "EL ELYON."

[e-Li] is found: (Psalm 22:2) "MY Eli, My ELi,"

Eli, is also found in many scriptural names which are compounded from "Eli" plus a Hebrew noun:

Eliezer : my Eli is help (Gen. 15:2)
Elizer : my Eli is a rock (Num. 1:5)
Elieb / Eliev : my Eli is our father (Num. 1:9)
Elimelech : my Eli is king (Ruth 1:2)
Eliel : my Eli is Eli (1 Chronicles 5:24)
Eliyah : my Eli is YAHWEH (2 Kings 1:3)

Eli is the offshoot for numerous names, such as (1 Ch. 12: 21) {Strong’s # 452, EliYahu. aleph, lamedh, yod, he, yod, vav, aleph.} and is distinctly pronounce as EL in Israel. In the scripture Yahwdim are called the SON OF YAHWEH. Actuality in Hebrew there are substantial number of very popular songs with the phrases “my Father my king” a name “son of Eli” and their where numerous persons in the scripture by the name {Strong # 446 Eliy’Ab. aleph, lamedh, yod, ayin, mem.} means “Eli is our Father” and {Strong’s # 463 Eliy’am. aleph, lamedh, yod, aleph, beth.} means “Eli is our Kinsman.” In (Psalms 82:6) Yahwdim are called “The sons of the Most HIGH.”

Within the boundaries of scripture Yahadowt, YAHWEH is foreseen as the MIGHTY {Strong’s # 353, EH-LI. aleph, yod, lamedh, yod.} ELOAH of Israel, in the masculine form and as such have a phonetic “E” masculine vowel sound pronunciation as ELOAH.

[a] EL {Strong’s # 410. aleph, lamedh.} correspondent in the ancient Akkadian language is pronounce “ILU.”

[b] EL Aramaic masculine singular pronunciation is “ELU.”

ELOI {aleph, lamedh, yod.} as {Strong’s 1017 Beyth ha-ELOI. beth yod, tav. He, aleph, lamedh, yod.}

(Mark 15:34) is probably the most quoted Aramaism in the Epistles, being “ELOI, ELOI, Lama Sabakthani.” The people hearing Yahwshua’s words thought He was calling EliYAH [My YAH] (Matthew 27:47 and Mark 15:35-36). In Yahadowtyot ELI is “My EL” is a shortened form of “EliYahw” [My YAHWEH].

ELAH {Strong’s # 425, aleph, lamedh, he.} or ELOH {Strong’s # 433, aleph, lamedh, he.}

Apply in it’s appropriate expression are the masculine singular meaning worship as a deity, deify, divine veneration. This words are rooted in the masculine singular form {Eloh. aleph, lamedh, vav, he.} for the plural form of Elohim. Which in term is based in (Ps 22: 19) “Strength” {Strong’s # 360 Eya-loot. aleph, yod, lamedh, vav, tav.} The name given by Jacob to the alter he erected near Shechem. Strong’s # 415 ELOHE.

(Gen. 33:20) “He erected.. an altar and call it EL ELOHI {Strong’s # 415. aleph, lamedh, he, yod.} Israel.”

Sense modern Hebrew has no vowels the pronunciation of a word Eloh or Elah, from {aleph, lamedh, he.} depends on the text. The etymological root of Elahim, {Strong’s # 430. Elohim. aleph, lamedh, he, yod, mem.} is {Eloh. aleph, lamedh, he.} meaning, “to strive to reach,” it literally means “HE whom everyone strives to reach.”

Comparably ELAH {Strong’s # 424. aleph, lamedh, he.} meaning divine veneration or deify.

(Ezr. 4:24) “The work of the house of ELAH {aleph, lamedh, he.}”

[a] The Aramaic masculine singular pronunciation for divine worship is “ELA,” while the feminine adjective equivalent is pronounce “Alahaya.

[b] In Arabic is pronounce “ILAH” or the feminine past tense in Arabic is “allaha” meaning in the past tense “he deified,” which is denominated masculine from “ILAH”. Interrelated rooted in “ILAH” is the Arabic verb “aliha” meaning “he sought refuge in anxiety, to fear or to have reverence” Ali and aliha are Arabic interrelate spin-off variables of “ILAH.”

ELOAH {Strong’s # 433. aleph, lamedh, vav, he.}

ELOAH is the masculine singular title for "Almighty" in the K.J. Bible when it states "LORD God".

(Deut. 32:15) “He forsook the ELOAH {aleph, lamedh, vav, he.} that made him.”

[a] In Aramaic masculine equivalent is “ELAH.” Consider that ELAH {aleph, lamedh, he.} is not the Hebrew but the Aramaic masculine singular transliterate pronunciation in the books of Ezr. Jer. and Dan.

ELOHINU. {aleph, lamedh, he, yod, nun, vav.}
ELOHINU means “our Eloah,” as in (Deut. 6:4-5) "Hear, O Israel, YAHWEH our Elohinu is one.”

ELOHIM. {Strong’s # 430. aleph, lamedh, he, yod, mem.}

ELOHIM is the masculine plural title form EL {aleph, lamedh.} and the most common use in the scripture. It is translated from the original words "YAHWEH Elohim". aleph, lamedh, he, yod, mem, nun.

The masculine plural form ELOHIM. {aleph, lamedh, he, yod, mem.} was likewise used in the ancient Semitic languages for Goyim pagan “demon deities or gods” (Ex. 12:12, 18:11, 20:3) subsequently also the masculine singular form ELOAH. El {aleph, lamedh, vav, he.} is used for individual Goyot [pagan] “demonic deity or god” (Judg. 11:24, 2 Kings 12).

ALAH. {Strong’s # 421. aleph, lamedh, he.}

In contrast to the phonetic “E” masculine vowel sound pronunciation, Hebrew has a phonetic “A” feminize vowel sound pronunciation as in ALAH [goddess], ALMANAH [widow] and AROBAH [windows]. The feminine gender form for “goddess” is pronounce {ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} using “A” feminize vowel tone, it’s exclusively use for Goyot pagan “goddess” (1King 11:5). In tracing back in the ancient the Middle East the feminine gender pronunciation of {ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} its seem to be exclusively associated with endowed goddess womanly qualities, all associated with numerous Babylonian, Egyptian, Middle Eastern mother goddess and temple prostitutes goddess.

[a] {Strong’s # 408. AL. aleph, lamedh.} is a feminine gender adverb meaning neither, none or not.

[b] {ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} is comparable to the ancient Akkadian dialect pronunciation “ILTU.”

[c] *A’nath,* is the ancient Canaanite language pronunciation for goddess as in “Beth-A’noth” {Strong’s # 6039. A’noth. ayin, vav, nun, tav.} It’s shameful and warranting of the LAWGIVER’S punishment to warship a goddess consequently the ancient Canaanite word for Goyot goddess in (Josh. 15:59) was later coin in scripture Yahadowtyot language as a word associated with punishment, affliction and suffering as in (Ps. 22: 25). Also pertaining to “Beth-A’nath” {Strong’s # 6039. A’nath. ayin, nun, tav.} (Josh. 19:38, Judg. 1: 3) from which the Canaanites were made tributaries of Israel (Judg. 1: 33). Like {Strong’s # 421 ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} bewail, lament, {Strong’s # 6039 A’noth. ayin, vav, nun, tav.} is associated with affliction and shameful lamentation. Wish is link to {Strong’s # 6031 Anah. ayin, nun, he.} meaning defile, depravity, evil, ravish.

[d] The Aramaic feminine equivalent for “goddess” is pronounced “Alahta.” {aleph, lamedh, he, tau, aleph.} employ in the Peshitta text of the ancient eastern Aramaic [Syriac] scripture and pertaining to goddess in the Epistals (Act 19: 27, 37).

[e] The ancient Arabic used {ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} for “goddess” however the modern day Arabic feminine pronunciation for “goddess” is “ULA.”

[f] It was commune to venerate some one by giving then the name of their Elohim as YAHWSHUA and EliYAH. Likewise, the pagan world would name their sons after the name of their pagan deity Zeus. As Zeus two sons where name after him, Dionyssus and Perseus. Others who where name after Zeus where; Odysseus [Ulysses] and the deity of healing Iesusus, was also identify as Iasus Christ in the Greek, phonetic Iesus [Jesus]. Ancient Middle Eastern Gentiles so venerated their heathen ALAH “goddess” that they name both male and female children, by a component or a whole name of “Alah Semiramis.” As Nimrod’s mother was known, she consolidated Nimrod entourage after he was kill by telling them that the child she carried was Nimrod “reincarnated” virginally conceive after his death, then worship as a Madonna. In the Babylonian harlot religion all three Baal [father], Duzu [son] and Semiramis [mother] where warship as co-equal gods [the unholy trinity.]

[g] The name that Mohammed picked for his god, was the ancient Arabian Sun god and Moon goddess, child name “ALAH.” It’s no accident that on top of most Islamic mosque uses the ancient Arabian goddess crescent moon symbol. Note there are similarities between antinomian Gentiles that chosen to name their Gentile Christ Jesus, which is a directly spin-off of ancient son of the Sun god Zeus’ spin-off name “Iasus.”

(Psalm 96: 5) “All the gods of the Gentiles {GOYM. gimel, vav, yod, mem.} are idols.”

Those that trust in LAWGIVER scripture would fine it’s understanding clear that all, not some but all, yes all the Gentiles are Idolaters. All antinomian are Goyot Gentiles devoid of the real scriptural religion. (Galatians 1:9) "If anyone preach any other evangel [2097 another covenant] unto you than that you have received, let him be cursed." As Psalm 96 clearly state that ALL Gentile [Goy] religions are in certitude Heathen [Goyot] idolatry a and the all their gods are in fact demonic idols and that their lamentable curse. Like Strong’s # 6039, {Strong’s # 421, ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} is associated with affliction and shameful lamentation.

{Strong’s # 422, ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} is equivalent with one having bad sense, curse and swear. Because to convert to the ALAH’S religion the cursed person has to declare a vow.

Other similar related pronounce words in the Hebrew are {Strong’s # 424, Alah. aleph, lamedh, he.} pronunciation is always a feminine form wither it’s for the word Ala meaning “he swore or oath,” because conversion to Alah Semiramis, Nimrod’s Babylonian religion was completed by an oath. Ala as “wail or lament” occurring in (Joel 1:8) or Ala as “oak,” as in (Jos. 24:24) oak tree. The English word Elm tree is from the Hebrew EELUN {Strong’s # 356. aleph, yod, lamedh, nun.}, the EELUN is a generic name for hardy shade trees. {Strong’s # 423 Alah. aleph, lamedh, he.} meaning terebinth tree in (Genesis 35:4) and four verses later in (Genesis 35:8) is {Strong’s # 436, 437 Alon. aleph, lamedh, vav, nun.} oak tree. {Elim. aleph, yod, lamedh, mem.} literally “terebinth trees” or “Grove of trees” is the name of the tree-filled oasis in (Exodus 15:27).

[a] The Arabic variable feminine form for “he swore,” is pronounce “Alla.”

{Strong’s # 423 ALAH. aleph, lamedh, he.} Since anything associated with the veneration of the heathen ALAH Semiramis “goddess” is consider a curse, the word “Alah” was consider and use as a curse or cursing.

Strong’s # 427, the word ALLAH is a source of ALAH meaning oak tree was related with the name of “Alah Semiramis” since Nimrod was “cut down” by Shem, the heathen dead where entomb with a oak clipping on top of their hart. Nimrod shrines had decorating a tree; precisely same as Christmas trees, decorating branches, chop stump and propping up a cut tree so that it will not totter. Baal Nimrod worshiper put tree branches to their nose, in a sniffing elixir. Strong’s # 427 ALLAH is from Strong’s # 424 ALAH oak tree was associated with the name of “Alah Semiramis” Babylonian idolatry warranting of the LAWGIVER’S punishment. Neither is it an accident that the divine name was substitution by heathen scholars for devilish name.

One reads in (Acts 4:12) "Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is *NO OTHER NAME* under heaven given among men by which we must be saved." This verse pertain to the condition that only by ONE sole Name of YAHWEH alone, can salvation be obtain. Whereby, If the existence of truly receive salvation is only in ONE single NAME and that name is YAHWEH? It is known that the substitution of heathen names as Allah or Iesus was the common practice of heathen scholars to signify Semiramis or Zeus is salvation instead of YAHWEH. This heathen names associated with spiritual redemption is the equivalent to saying satan is salvation.

Shalom

John

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