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HaShem (Heb. "The Name") is the word used to refer to the Almighty, as it is against Jewish Law to name Him. The name of the Lord, rendered "יהוה " in Hebrew is believed by Jews to be used again only when Moshiach (the Messiah) comes and the Temple in Jerusalem is rebuilt.

The term HaShem is often used by Orthodox Jews.