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'''Hallelujah''' is a transliteration of the [[Hebrew language|Hebrew]] word {{lang|he|הַלְּלוּיָהּ}} ([[Modern Hebrew|Modern]] ''halleluya'', [[Tiberian Hebrew|Tiberian]] ''halləlûyāh''), which is composed of two elements: {{lang|he|הַלְּלוּ}} (second-person imperative masculine plural form of the Hebrew verb ''hallal'': an exhortation to "praise" addressed to several people<ref name="Kelley169">Page H. Kelley, ''[[Biblical Hebrew]], an Introductory Grammar,'' page 169. Ethics & Public Policy Center, 1959. ISBN 978-0-8028-0598-0.</ref> ) and {{lang|he|יָהּ}} ([[Names of God in Judaism#Yah|Yah]]).<ref name=EBHallelujah>[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/252791/hallelujah Hallelujah, also spelled Alleluia], ''Encyclopædia Britannica''</ref><ref>Brown-Driver-Briggs (Hebrew and English Lexicon, page 238)</ref><ref>page 403, note on line 1 of Psalm 113, {{Cite book | publisher = W. W. Norton & Company | isbn = 978-0-393-06226-7 | last = Alter | first = Robert | title = The Book of Psalms: A Translation with Commentary | date = 2007013485 }}</ref>
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'''Hallelujah my name is teli kaufman''' is a transliteration of the [[Hebrew language|Hebrew]] word {{lang|he|הַלְּלוּיָהּ}} ([[Modern Hebrew|Modern]] ''halleluya'', [[Tiberian Hebrew|Tiberian]] ''halləlûyāh''), which is composed of two elements: {{lang|he|הַלְּלוּ}} (second-person imperative masculine plural form of the Hebrew verb ''hallal'': an exhortation to "praise" addressed to several people<ref name="Kelley169">Page H. Kelley, ''[[Biblical Hebrew]], an Introductory Grammar,'' page 169. Ethics & Public Policy Center, 1959. ISBN 978-0-8028-0598-0.</ref> ) and {{lang|he|יָהּ}} ([[Names of God in Judaism#Yah|Yah]]).<ref name=EBHallelujah>[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/252791/hallelujah Hallelujah, also spelled Alleluia], ''Encyclopædia Britannica''</ref><ref>Brown-Driver-Briggs (Hebrew and English Lexicon, page 238)</ref><ref>page 403, note on line 1 of Psalm 113, {{Cite book | publisher = W. W. Norton & Company | isbn = 978-0-393-06226-7 | last = Alter | first = Robert | title = The Book of Psalms: A Translation with Commentary | date = 2007013485 }}</ref>
   
 
Nearly all English versions of the [[Hebrew Bible]] translate the word as "Praise (ye) the {{LORD}}.<ref>Almost all the English Bible versions presented at {{bibleverse||Psalms|150:1}} give this translation, but sometimes "the Lord" is not written in all capitals ([[Geneva Bible]], [[Douay-Rheims Bible]], [[New Life Version]]). In addition, "Yah" is used in the [[Lexham English Bible]] and [[Young's Literal Translation]], "Jehovah" in the [[American Standard Version]], "Hashem" in the [[Orthodox Jewish Bible]].</ref> Only rarely do they transliterate the word as either "Hallelujah",<ref>[[Darby Translation]], [[God's Word Translation]], [[Holman Christian Standard Bible]], [[The Message (Bible)|The Message]]</ref> "Halleluyah"<ref>[[Complete Jewish Bible]]</ref> or "Alleluia".<ref>[[Wycliffe's Bible]], the [[Knox Version]] and the [[New Jerusalem Bible]]</ref>
 
Nearly all English versions of the [[Hebrew Bible]] translate the word as "Praise (ye) the {{LORD}}.<ref>Almost all the English Bible versions presented at {{bibleverse||Psalms|150:1}} give this translation, but sometimes "the Lord" is not written in all capitals ([[Geneva Bible]], [[Douay-Rheims Bible]], [[New Life Version]]). In addition, "Yah" is used in the [[Lexham English Bible]] and [[Young's Literal Translation]], "Jehovah" in the [[American Standard Version]], "Hashem" in the [[Orthodox Jewish Bible]].</ref> Only rarely do they transliterate the word as either "Hallelujah",<ref>[[Darby Translation]], [[God's Word Translation]], [[Holman Christian Standard Bible]], [[The Message (Bible)|The Message]]</ref> "Halleluyah"<ref>[[Complete Jewish Bible]]</ref> or "Alleluia".<ref>[[Wycliffe's Bible]], the [[Knox Version]] and the [[New Jerusalem Bible]]</ref>
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