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also known as the Tetragrammaton (Greek for "four-letter [word]").
In prayers it is pronounced Adonai, and in discussion is usually said as Ha Shem, meaning “The Name”.
The exact pronunciation is uncertain because—although there is nothing in the Torah to prohibit the saying of the name and occurs 6828 times in total in the Stuttgart edition of the Masoretic Text.
but usually with some epithet or attribute attached (e.g.
El Elyon, "Most High El", El Shaddai, "El of Shaddai", El `Olam "Everlasting El", El Hai, "Living El", El Ro'i "El my Shepherd", and El Gibbor "El of Strength"), in which cases it can be understood as the generic "god".
It is thought to be an archaic third-person singular imperfect tense of the verb "to be" (i.e., "[He] was being").