OTHER WORDS FROM JehovahJe·ho·vic [ji-hoh-vik], /dʒɪˈhoʊ vɪk/, adjective
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In the wake of that decision, Jehovah’s Witnesses were assaulted in communities across the country, often with members of the American Legion as leading local vigilantes.
Long before becoming a founding member of the indie rock band Corporal, Shannon recalled being in his first band at age 15, The Jehovah’s Suspects.Michael Shannon Plays Seth Meyers a Song About Armadillos|William Vaillancourt|August 27, 2021|The Daily Beast
Nineteen-year-old Jesse is bright and a devout Jehovah’s Witness.Catching up with ‘Rainbow Milk’ author Paul Mendez|Kathi Wolfe|June 23, 2021|Washington Blade
The list currently names 33 organizations, including Islamic State, The Taliban and Jehovah’s Witnesses.'The Putin Regime Is Trying to Kill Him.' Alexei Navalny's Ailing Health Is Worrying the World|Madeline Roache|April 19, 2021|Time
He said they were Jehovah’s Witnesses who had come knocking.
Their guide and comforter, through this waste howling wilderness, was the third person of the Triune-Jehovah.
They were distinguished as Jehovah-worshipers, and as such stood apart from the more thoroughly apostate and degenerate world.The Vitality of Mormonism--Brief Essays|James E. Talmage
The sender is Jehovah-God; the commission and the message are from Him.The Prophet Ezekiel|Arno C. Gaebelein
Many people think that it is blasphemous to tell your real opinion of the Jewish Jehovah.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 5 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
It was neither the Olympus of the common people, nor the Semitic Jehovah, but rather the conscious and inevitable order of nature.Myth and Science|Tito Vignoli
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Another name for God; an approximation of the holiest name of God in Hebrew (the name was held so sacred that it was never written or spoken, and scholars are not sure exactly how it should be pronounced). It means “I am that I am,” or “I am the one who is.” In the incident of the burning bush in the Book of Exodus, God, speaking out of the bush, tells Moses that this is his name.