Names of God

Hebrew, - Elohim, Eloah. 
Chaldee, - Elah. 
Assyrian, - Ellah. 
Syriac, Turkish, - Alah. 
Malay, - Alla. 
Arabic, - Allah. 
Magi, - Orsi. 
Armorican, - Teuti. 
Old Egyptian, - Teut. 
Egyptian, - Tenn. 
Greek, - Theos. 
Cretan, - Thios. 
Æolian, Doric, - IIos. 
Latin, - Deus. 
Low Latin, - Diex. 
Celtic, Old Gallic, - Diu. 
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French, - Dieu. 
Spanish, - Dios. 
Portuguese, - Deos. 
Old German, - Diet. 
Provencial, - Diou. 
Low Breton, - Doue. 
Italian, - Dio. 
Irish, - Die. 
Olala, - Deu. 
German, Swiss, - Gott. 
Flemish, - Goed. 
Dutch, - Godt. 
English, Old Saxon, - God. 
Teutonic, - Goth. 
Danish, Swedish, - Gud. 
Norwegian, - Gut. 
Russian - Bog. 

Slavic, - Buch. 
Polish, - Bog. 
Polaca, - Bung. 
Lapp, - Jubinal. 
Finnish, - Jamala. 
Runic, - As. 
Pannonian, - Istu. 
Zemblian, - Fetizo. 
Hindostanee, - Rain. 
Coromandel, - Brama. 
Tartar, - Magatal. 
Persian, - Sire. 
Chinese, - Prussa. 
Japanese, - Goezur. 
Madagascar, - Zannar. 
Peruvian, - Puchocamac. 
Shona - Mwari. 

El Shaddai "God of the Mountains" or "The Almighty God."
This term is more closely associated with the patriarchal period and can be found most frequently in the Books of Genesis and Job. Exodus 6:3 underlines El-Shaddai as the name revealed to the patriarchs.God used it to make His Covenant with Abraham (Genesis 17:1-2).

El Elyon "The Most High God" or "The Exalted One"
(Numbers 24:16; 2 Samuel 22:14; Psalms 18:13). Melchizadek was a priest of El-Elyon and blessed Abraham in this name (Gen. 14:19-20), refering to El-Elyon as "Maker of heaven and earth." Canaanites at Ugarit also worshiped god as El-Elyon. El-Elyon seems to have had close ties to Jerusalem.

El Olam "God of Eternity" or "God the Everlasting One"
(Genesis 21:33; Isaiah 26:4; Psalms 90:2). God's sovereignty extends through the passing of time and beyond our ability to see or understand.

El Berith "God of the Covenant" (Judges 8:33-35) transforms the Canaanite Baal Berith (Judges 9:46-57) to show God alone makes and keeps covenant. No false god can protect or keep promises.

El Roi "God who Sees me" or "God of Vision"
(Genesis 16:13)  God sees needs of His people and responds.

El Hoseem "God of Creation" (Isaiah 44:24)
"I am the Lord, your savior; I am the one who created you. I am the Lord, the Creator of all things. I alone stretched out the heavens; when I made the earth, no one helped Me.

Elohim A plural form for deity- "Creator Of The Universe"
It is a frequently used term and the most comprehensive of the El combinations. The plurality of this word is not a hint of polytheism. It is a plural of majesty. It is a revelation of the infinite nature of God. In the creation narrative, we read: "Then Elohim said, 'Let us make man in our image.' " (Genesis 1:26) This name suggests that there is a mystery to the Creator-God which humankind cannot fully fathom. God is absolute, infinite Lord over creation and history. The Christian sees in this term a pointer to the trinitarian reality of creation.

Other Uses The name El is frequently combined with other nouns or adjectives. Some examples are:

Isra-el (One who is ruled by God)

Beth-el (House of God) 

Peni-el (Face of God)

In the crucifixion narrative (Mark 15:34), Jesus employed a form of El when he cried from the cross, "Eloi, Eloi," "my God, my God," quoting Psalm 22.

Yeshua-"The Lord Of Salvation", Jesus is the sacrifice for the sins of His people, Yeshua

The Covenant Name

The covenant name for God was "Yahweh." Israel's faith was a new response to God based on His disclosure.  This name was so unique and powerful that God formed a covenant with His people based upon his self-revelation.

Yahweh-"Jehova Is The Lord"

The Lord of Miracles, The Supernatural God
Titles appear in English translations as Jehovah.

Jehovah Jireh "The Lord will Provide" (Genesis 22:14).
This was the name given to the location where God provided a ram for Abraham to sacrifice in the place of Isaac. This name is a testimony to God's deliverance.

Jehovah Nissi "The Lord is my Banner" (Exodus 17:15-16)
Moses acribed this name to God after a victory over the Amalekites. The Name of God was considered a banner under which Israel could rally for victory. The Lord's name was the battle cry.

Jehovah Mekaddesh "The Lord Sanctifies" (Exodus 31:13).
Holiness is the central revelation of God's character. God calls for a people who are set apart, without guilt

Jehovah Shalom "The Lord is Peace" (Judges 6:24).
This was the name of the altar that Gideon built at Ophrah signifying
that God brings well-being not death to His people.

Jehovah Sabaoth "The Lord of Hosts"
(1 Samuel 1:3; Jeremiah 11:20, Joshua 5:14)
*compare 1 Sam. 17:45. This can also be rendered, "The Lord Almighty."  It represents God's power over the nations and was closely tied to Shiloh, to the ark of the covenant, and to prophecy. The title designates God as King and ruler of Israel, its armies, its Temple, and of all the universe.

Jehovah Rohi "The Lord is my Shepherd" (Psalms 23:1).
God is the One who provides loving care for His people.

Jehovah Rophe "I Am The Lord That Heals You" (Exodus 15:26)
God is the One that is the Great Physician.

Jehovah Tsidkenu "The Lord is Our Righteousness" (Jeremiah 23:5-6; 33:16)
This was the name Jeremiah gave to God, the Righteous King, who would  rule over Israel after the return from captivity. He would establish a new kingdom of justice.

Jehovah Shammah "The Lord is There" (Ezekiel 48:35) This is the name of God associated with the restoration of Jerusalem, God's dwelling place.

Adon (or Adonai)
This is a title of authority and honor. It can be translated "Lord." It is not exclusively a title for deity because it is used in addressing a superior, such as a king or master. In this sense, it is used to ascribe the highest honor and worship to God. Adon or Adonai was often used in conjunction with Yahweh. In time, Adonai became a substitute for Yahweh. In the postexilic period, it took on the connotation of God's absolute lordship. This name has also been used to refer to His friendship. Jehova Adonai
is our friend and has the intent to bless His friends

Yeshua-"The Lord Of Salvation" --Jesus - Phillipians 2:9-11

Therefore God exalted Him to the highest place and gave Him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.