G.Gertoux and the Name...

scarlson at mindspring.com scarlson at mindspring.com
Fri Jan 25 11:17:11 EST 2002

I wrote:
>>I'm a little confused about what M Gertoux's proposal really is.
>>A number of people said it was Ye-Ho-Wa(h), but the French "Yéhouah"
>>corresponds to "Yehwah", where Fr. "ou" = "w", does it not?

Rolf Furuli <furuli at online.no> wrote:
>I have some responsibility for the confusion. On my way to my office
>the other day I realized that I had forgotten to answer one of Liz'
>questions, so I did it  from my memory. I have now managed to get the
>English title of the book, which can solve the confusion:
>"The Name of God Y.eH.oW.aH, Which is Pronounced as it is Written
>I_Eh_oU_Ah", ISBN : 0-7618-2204-6.

I'm still confused.  Whatever sound ".oW." or "_oU_" is supposed
to represent (the sound in Eng. "owe"???), it does not seem to
correspond to either the vocalic or consonantal sounds of the
French "ou" in << Yéhouah >>.

Stephen Carlson
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