Sometimes pronounced "Yeshu'" or "Yishua"
is Our Messiah's Name (whom most people refer
to as Jesus).
Is Aramaic for the word "Lord" or "Master"
and is frequently used, in respect, by people who are talking
to God or ピhoo'.
Is closest to the Hebrew word "Elohim" which
is a one of God's titles. Translated, Elohim means "Mighties,"
or "Mighty Ones." In Aramaic, one can simply
see it as "God."
Is rather special. It is the euphamism used for God's
name: YHWH. In most Bibles God's Name is translated as
"LORD" in all caps, and the Septuagint
(the Greek translation of the Tanakh (or Old Testament)) used
"kurios," or "Lord" instead spelling it out
(this unfortunately makes it impossible to tell when someone is
referring to a master, or YHWH).
Out of these 4, MARYA is unique.
It is theorized that MARYA came from one of two
lines of thought: