Questions relating to the four letter Hebrew name of God, יהוה - commonly transliterated as YHWH
The Tetragrammaton is the four letter Hebrew name of God, יהוה - commonly transliterated as YHWH. In Jewish traditions this name is typically not pronounced, but is substituted with the spoken name 'Adonai', meaning 'Lord'.
Christian traditions commonly pronounce the Tetragrammaton as 'Yahweh' or 'Jehovah', and substitute the Hebrew word with the English word 'LORD' in written texts.
This tag should be used on questions which are concerned with references to יהוה and how the term is understood, including Greek Septuagint and New Testament uses of 'Lord' which could be understood as intended references to יהוה.