I've come across the languages listed with the consonants including Greek many times without the names, and I was curious to the meaning and felt I had seen it before. I asked for translations of the words and applied usage and this is what i got back:
<b><u>Language</u></b> --- <b><u>Consonants</u></b>----<u><b>Name</u></b>
Hebrew ------ JHVH ------------- Jehovah
Aramaic ------ YHWH ------------ Yaweh
Egyptian ----- HWFW ------------ Khufu
Where JHVH means name of god it's been suggested to me that HWFW means "Holy Ancient One" (which is basically the same thing). Some theocratics & text on the walls of the Ptolemaic temple at Edfu in southern Egypt suggest that the name Khufu does not mean Pharoh Khufu.
Is this possible? Given the inscription in the reliving chambers is a Horus name, is it not possible that this name means something similar to "Holy Ancient One" and is ONLY a general reference, albeit perhaps one used by Khufu, but not one referring to Khufo SPECIFICALLY? ....