Jména Boží

Přehledný a poměrně vyčerpávající seznam tzv. Jmen Božích, dle klasických textů. Ponecháno v původní, anglické verzi s odkazem na zdroj. (Dov)


Abba--Father--the Aramaic word, Abba, appeared three times--Mark 14:36; Galatians 4:1-7; Romans 8:15 
Adon--lord, master, owner--Joshua 3:11, 13; Nehemiah 7:61; Psalms 12:5; 97:5; 105:21; 114:7; Jeremiah 22:18; 34:5; Zechariah 4:14; 6:5 
Adon Adonai Tseva'ot--The Lord God of hosts--Isaiah 1:24; 3:1; 10:16, 33; 19:4; Malachi 3:1
Adon kol-ha'arets--Lord of all the earth--Joshua 3:11, 13; Psalms 97:5; Zechariah 4:14; 6:5 
Adonai--Lord/Master/Owner and represents the Lord YHVH/Lord God--the name pronounced in Hebrew as a substitute for the four letters of the sacred Tetragrammaton: JHVH, YHWH, IHVH--Genesis 15:2, 8; Deuteronomy 3:24; 9:26; Joshua 7:7; Judges 6:22; 16:28; 2 Samuel 7:18, 22, 28; 1 Kings 2:26; 8:53; Psalms 69:7; 71:5, 16; Isaiah 3:15; 7:7; Amos 1:8, 11, 13; 4:2, 5; 5:3; 6:8; 8:1, 3, 9, 11; 9:8; Obadiah1:1; Micah 1:2; Zechariah 1:7
Adonei ha'adonim--Lord of lords--Deuteronomy 10:17; Psalm 136:3
Adonai ha'elohim hakkadosh--Lord, the Holy God--1 Sam. 6:20
Adonai Jehobah--Lord Jehovah translated in the KJV as LORD GOD--Genesis 15:2
Adoni--My Lord--Psalm 110:1
Adoneinu--Our Lord--1 Samuel 16:16
Adoneinu--Our Lord--1 Samuel 25:14, 17; 1 Kings 1:43, 47; Nehemiah 10:30; Psalms 8:2, 10
Avi--Father--Psalm 68:5; Malachi 2:10
Avir Ya'akov--Mighty One of Jacob--Isaiah 60:16
Avinu--Our Father--Isaiah 63:16 
Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh--I am that I am--Exodus 3:14 
El--God--dervies from a root word meaning Might/Strength/Power and probably is related to the Ugaritic/Cannanite name, Ilu or El, which also means God. (The ancient Ugaritic language is classified as a Northwest Semitic language and thus related to the laguages: Aramaic, Phoenician, and Hebrew.) The Hebrew name, El, appears over 200 times in the Hebrew biblical scriptures--usually with some attribute or epithet attached. See below.
El Bethel--God of the House of God--Genesis 35:7 
El Elyon--The Most High God--Genesis 14:18, Daniel 3:26, Psalms 78:56
El Emunah--The Faithful God--Deuteronomy 7:9 
El Gibbor--Mighty God--Isaiah 9:6
El Kanna--Jealous God--Exodus 20:5 
El Kanno--Jealous God--Joshua 24:19
El Hakabodh--God of Glory--Psalms 29:3
El Hay--The Living God--Joshua 3:10, Jeremiah 23:36, Daniel 3:26
El Hayyay--God of My Life--Psalms 42:8
El Marom--God Most High--Micah 6:6
El Nekamoth--God that Avengeth--Psalms 18:47
El Nose--God that Forgave--Psalms 99:8
El Simchath Gili--God My Exceeding Joy--Psalms 43:4
El Rai--God Seest Me--Genesis 16:13
El Shaddai--Almighty God--Genesis 17:1,2, Ezekiel 10:5
Elah--Aramaic name for God, similar to the Arabic Allah--Deuteronomy 32:15; 2 Chronicles 32:15; Nehemiah 9:17; Ezrah 5:1, 11; 6:14; 7:12, 19, 21, 23; Daniel 2:18, 23, 28, 37, 44, 47; 3:15, 28; 6:8, 13.
Elah Avahati--God of my fathers--Daniel 2:23
Elah Elahin--God of gods--Daniel 2:47
Elah Yerushelem--God of Jerusalem--Ezra 7:19
Elah Yisrael--God of Israel--Ezekiel 5:1 
Elah Shemaiya--God of Heaven--Ezra 7:23 
Eli Maelekhi--God My King--Psalms 68:24 
Elohe Chaseddi--God of My Mercy--Psalms 59:10
Elohe Yisrael--God, the God of Israel--Genesis 33:20
Elohe Mauzi--God of My Strength--Psalms 43:2
Elohe Tishuathi--God of My Salvation--Psalms 18:46, 51:14
Elohe Tsadeki--God of My Righteousness--Psalms 4:1
Elohe Yakob--God of Jacob--Psalms 20:1
Elohe Yisrael--God of Israel--Psalms 59:5
Elohei Avotenu--God of our fathers--Deuteronomy 26:7; 1 Chronicles 12:17
Elohei Avraham--God of Abraham--Exodus 3:15 
Elohei Avraham elohei Yitschak velohei Ya'akov--God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob--Exodus 3:15
Elohei Chasdi--God of my Kindness--Psalms 59:17 
Elohei Haelohim--God of Gods--Deuteronomy 10:17; Joshua 22:22; Psalms 136:2 
Elohei Ma'uzzi--God of my Strength--2 Samuel 22:33; Psalms 31:5; 43:2
Elohei Mikkarov--God who is near--Jeremiah 23:23
Elohei Merachok--God who is far--Jeremiah 23:23
Elohei Marom--God of Heights--Micah 6:6
Elohei Mishpat--God of Justice--Isaiah 30:18
Elohei Tseva'ot--God of hosts or God of armies--2 Samuel 5:10
Elohei Tzur--God of Rock--2 Samuel 22:47
Elohei Kedem--God of the beginning; Eternal God--Deuteronomy 33:27
Elohei Tehillati--God of my Praise--Psalms 109:1 
Elohei HaChayim--God of the Living--Mark 12:27
Elohei haruchot l’chol-basar--God of the spirits of all flesh--Numbers 16:22; 27:16
Eloheynu--Our God--Exodus 3:18
Elohim--God [plural of El or possibly of Eloah]--Genesis 1:1
Elohim Bashamayim--God in heaven 2 Chronicles 20:6
Elohim Chayim-- Living God--Deuteronomy 5:26; Joshua 3:10; 1 Samuel 17:26, 36; 2 Kings 19:4, 16; Psalms 42:2; 84:2; Isaiah 37:4, 17; Jeremiah 10:10; 23:36; Daniel 6:20, 26; Hosea 1:10; Matthew 16:16; 26:63; John 6:69; Acts 14:15; Romans 9:26
Elohim Emet (Emeth)--God of Truth--Jeremiah 10:10
Elohim Ozer Li--God My Helper--Psalms 54:4
Elohim Bashamayim--God in Heaven--Joshua 2:11
Elohim Kedoshim--Holy God--Joshua 24:19
Elohim Machase Lanu--God Our Refuge--Psalms 62:8
Elohim Shophtim Ba-arets--God that Judgeth in the Earth--Psalms 58:11
Elohim Tsebaoth--God of Hosts--Psalms 80:7, Jeremiah 35:17, 38:17
Elohenu Olam--Our Everlasting God--Psalms 48:14
Elsali--God , My Rock--Psalms 42:9
Emmanuel--God is with us--Matthew 1:23 
Even Yisrael--Rock/Stone of Israel--Genesis 49:24
Ha'adon Adonai--The Lord God--Exodus 23:17, Exodus 34:23 
Hamelekh Hagoel--Redeeming Angel--Genesis 48:16
Immanuel--God is with us--Isaiah 7:14; Isaiah 8:8
Ischyros--strong, mighty--Revelation 18:8
Jah--Jah is the shortened form of the divine name Jehovah, spelled JHVH, YHWH, or IHVH--Psalm 68:4
Machseh--Fortress; Refuge; Shelter--Psalm 91:2
Ma'on--Refuge/Dwelling place--Psalm 90:1
Melekh HaKavod--King of Glory--Psalm 24:7,8,9,10
Melekh Yisrael--King of Israel--2 Samuel 24:23; Psalm 98:6; Isaiah 6:5; Jeremiah 46:18; 48:15; 51:57
'Or Goyim--Light of the nations--Isaiah 42:6
'Or Yisrael--Light of Israel--Isaiah 10:17; Psalm 27:1
Peleh Yo'etz--Wonderful, Counselor--Isaiah 9:6
Roeh--Shepherd--Genesis 49:24; Psalm 23:1; Psalm 80:1
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus omnipotens, qui erat, et qui est, et qui venturus est--Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come--Revelation 4:8
Sar Shalom--Prince of Peace--Isaiah 9:6 
Shiloh--alternate for the Messiah--Genesis 49:10 
Shofet--Judge--Psalm 50:6
Yashar--Just One--Isaiah 26:7


AGLA--Kabbalistic acronym for "Athah Gabor Leolah, Adonai," used as a name of God--You, Lord, Are Mighty Forever. 
Adonay--Lord--alternate spelling of Adonai--Hebrew spelled in 18th century German.
Agios, O Theos, Ahenatos--Holy God, Holy Strong, Holy Immortal--Greek from the opening line, "Agios o Theos, Agios ischyros, Agios athanatos," in the Trisagion. 
Agnus Dei--Lamb of God--Latin.
Alithos Anesti--"Indeed He (Christ) Has Risen " or "Truly He is Risen!"--Greek 
Alhim--Alhim is an alternate spelling of Elohim. 
Aleph and Tau--the Beginning and the End--the Hebrew alphabet starts with the letter aleph and ends with the letter tau--Hebrew. 
Alpha et Omega--the Beginning and the End--the Greek alphabet starts with the letter alpha and ends with the letter omega--Greek 
Anaphenaton--Kabbalistic substitute of Adoni. 
Beatus Salvator--Blessed Savior--Latin.
Christos--the Anointed One who is the Son of God--Greek. 
Christos Aneste--Christ is Risen--Greek. 
Christus--Jesus Christ--Latin.
Corpus Christi--Body of Christ--Latin.
Dei Patris, Deus Filius, Deus Spiritu Sanctus--God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit--Latin.
Deus Pater--God the Father--Latin.
Dominus Deus Sabbaoth--Lord God of Hosts (Multitudes)--Latin.
Domine Iesu Christe--Lord Jesus Christ--Latin.
Eel--God, alternate spelling of El--Hebrew spelled in 18th century German.
Eleison Imas--Holy, Immortal, have mercy on us--Greek 
Elohim Avinu--God our Father--Hebrew.
Emt, Emeth--Truth--Hebrew.
Flos--Flower, Splendor, Crown--Latin
GAOTU--God the Father as creator of the universe, acromym for Great Architect of the Universe--English.
HaShem--The Name--Hebrew. 
Ia or Iao--Ia is the shortened form of the divine name Ieova, spelled IHVH, YHWH, or JHVH. Ia is found in the Greek word Alleluia which is the Greek form of the Hebrew, Hallelujah. Alleluia, meaning "Praise, Ia," is found in Revelation 19: 1, 3, 4, 6.
Iao or Io--an alternative spelling of Iah, Jah, or Yah, a shortened form of the divine name Ieoba.
Ichtus--alternate spelling of IXTYS--Greek.
Ieova--a Greek form of the divine name Yahweh or Jehovah, spelled IHVH, YHWH, or JHVH. 
Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter--Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior--Greek.
Iesu--alternate spelling of Jesus used in the KJV 1611-6129.
Iesu Christ--Jesus Christ--In William Shakespeare's King Richard II (Quarto 1, 1597) in line 2012 is the phrase "For Iesu Christ..." indicating that this spelling was commonly used in Elizabethan England. Shakespeare's King Richard II was penned and performed during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), maybe in 1595.
Iesus Hominum Salvator--Jesus Savior of Men----Latin.
Iesus Nazaraeus Rex Iudaeorum--Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews--Latin. 
Imanu'el--God is with us--alternate spelling of Immanuel--Hebrew. 
Ineffable--Incomprehensible, Unutterable. A title of God meaning that God is too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words--English spelling of Latin ineffabilis from in- (“not”) + effor (“utter”) meaning "unutterable," more specifically “not easily pronounced or explained or understood.”
Ineffable Name--the name of the ineffable and hidden God—English.
INRI--Latin acronym for "Iesus Nazaraeus Rex Iudaeorum"--Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.
Iota-Eta-Sigma-Omicron-Upsilon--Greek letters spelling the name Iesous or Jesus--Greek.
Isa al-Masih--Jesus the Messiah--Arabic. 
IXTYS--The Greek word for Fish is an amagram for Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter meaning Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior--Greek.
JHVH, YHWH, or IHVH--the Ineffable Name of God or Unpronounceable name of God. In certain Jewish esoteric traditions of the Kabbalah, the "true" name of God is deemed so sacred that it is unpronounceable. This name occurs over 5000 times in the Hebrew biblical scriptures. 
Jah--Jah is the shortened form of the divine name Jehovah, spelled JHVH, YHWH, or IHVH--This name, Jah, is found in Psalm 68:4 but it is in part of the word Hallelujah or "Hallelu-Jah" from the Praise Psalms where it often translated as "Praise ye the LORD." Hallelujah is found 24 times in the Psalms. 
Janua--Door, Gate, or Entry way--Latin.
Kyrie Eleison--Lord, have mercy--Greek. 
Mashiach--God's annointed one, a Jewish king who will rule during the messianic age. 
Mashiach ben David--messiah, son of the line of David.
Melekh Mashiah--King Messiah--Hebrew.
Messiah--the Anointed One--anglicized Late Latin. 
Messias--in Christianity, Jesus--Late Latin. 
Omnipotent--All Powerful--Latin. 
Otheos--O God--a rendering of O Theos--Greek.
Pater Omnipotens--Father Almighty--Latin.
Patris et Filii et Spritus Santi--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--Latin.
Pentagna--probably a shortented or garbled spelling of the Greek Pentagrammou aka Pentagrama or Pentagram--possibly meaning a name of Jesus with five letters or a five point figure.
Primeumaton--Thou who art the First and the Last--Primeumaton is likely a distorted compound involving the Latin "primus," (first) and "grammaton" (letters) and is a Kabbalistic substitute for Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh. 
Primematum--first (in existence) or made first--Latin
Rex Omipotente--Almighty King--Latin.
Ruarch Eolhim--Spirit of God--Hebrew.
Sanctus Deus, Sanctus Fortis, Sanctus Immortalis--Holy God, Holy Strong, Holy Immortal--Latin opening line of the Trisagion. 
Schaddey--Almighty, alternate spelling of Shaddai--Hebrew spelled in 18th century German.
Shemhamephorash, Schemahammforasch, or Shem ha-Mephorash--a name that refers to a 72 letter (or 72 sylable) variant of the most secret name of God, which God spoke when he created the universe. In the Sixth and Seventh Book of Moses, Schemahammforash alludes to that secret name. It may also refer to the 72 Sacred Names of God. Likewise, it may mean the names of 72 angelic spiritis contained in the name of God. See Shemhamephorash. 
Spiritu Sancto--Holy Spirit--Latin.
Theos Pantodynamos--God Almighty--Greek.
Te Deum--You God--Latin.
Tetragrammaton--the four Hebrew letters usually transliterated as JHVH, YHWH, or IHVH-- that form the secret name of God--from the Greek literally meaning "Four Letters." 
Trinitas--Trinity, meaning Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--Latin.
Via, Veritas, Vita--the Way, the Truth, and the Life--Latin.
Yahshua--Jesus--alternate spelling of Yeshua--Hebrew. 
Yahu--apparently a Gnostic rendering of Iao.
Yahweh--a name of the Hebrew God from the four letters Yod He Vau He, YHWH, another spelling of Jehovah. See Jehovah's Names.
Yeho--the divine name Ievoa--alternate spelling of Yahu which is an alternate spelling of Iao or Io--Greek spelled in 18th century German.
Yehoshua--alternate spelling of Yeshua--Hebrew.
Yeshua--meaning "Yahweh [YHVH] saves," Jesus--Hebrew. 
Yesu--Jesus--alternate spelling of Yeshua or Iesu. 
Yod He Vau He--the four Hebrew letters of the most secret and sublime Hebrew name of God.
Yod Nun Resh Yod--the four Hebrew letters for INRI.
Zebaoth--Hosts (Multitudes) alternate spelling of Tsebaoth, meaming El Tsebaoth--Hebrew spelled in 18th century German.


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