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Definition of Yah

Yah Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Yah Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Yah may refer to:
  • Jah, shortened form of the divine name YHWH (also spelled Jehovah or Yahweh)
  • YAH, The IATA code for La Grande-4 Airport in northern Quebec, Canada
  • Yazgulyam language, by ISO 639 code

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La Grande-4 Airport is an airfield exclusively serving the La Grande-4 hydro-electric generating station in northern Quebec, Canada.

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Yah Definition from Entertainment & Music Dictionaries & Glossaries
Klingon - English
n. duty station, station
v. be taken away
Yah Definition from Religion & Spirituality Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Yah, Yaho 'yahu, yeho (Hebrew) Yah is an abbreviation of Jehovah, but equally well Jehovah could be said to be merely an enlargement of the original form Yah. The Zohar says that the 'Elohim used this word to form the world.
"To screen the real mystery name of ain-soph -- the Boundless and Endless No-Thing -- the Kabalists have brought forward the compound attribute-appellation of one of the personal creative Elohim, whose name was Yah and Jah, the letters i or j or y being interchangeable, or Jah-Hovah, i.e., male and female; Jah-Eve an hermaphrodite, or the first form of humanity, the original Adam of Earth, not even Adam-Kadmon, whose 'mind-born son' is the earthly Jah-Hovah, mystically. And knowing this, the crafty Rabbin-Kabalist has made of it a name so secret, that he could not divulge it later on without exposing the whole scheme; and thus he was obliged to make it sacred" (SD 2:126).
Both Yah and Yaho were Hebrew mystery-names; Yah is "a later abbreviation [of Yaho] which, from containing an abstract ideal, became finally applied to, and connected with , a phallic symbol -- the lingham of creation" (TG 374). Thus Yaho and Yah are two forms of the same original Shemitic god-name found throughout Asia Minor, and which appeared in its Greek form as Iao. The Gnostics revived the Chaldean and Phoenician mystery-god Iao, placing it above the seven heavens as representing spiritual light. Its ray was nous, standing for the Demiurge as well as the divine manas.
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