God’s name is written on the Ten Commandments in Aramaic as four symbols which at the time was the language of the Jews whom God gave the 10 Commandments to.
The name written in Aramaic is יהוה Which pronounced by each letter is “Yodh He Waw He”.
Aramaic is read from right to left.
The nickname God comes from the root word Good.
Some try to pronounce the 4 letters (יהוה) as Yahweh, however it is to be expected that simply saying “Yodh He Waw He” will be of closer accuracy.
Below is a peek at what the writing looks like.
Below is a quote from Wikipedia.
“The Tetragrammaton (/ˌtɛtrəˈɡræmətɒn/) or Tetragram (from Greek τετραγράμματον, meaning “[consisting of] four letters”) is the four-letter Hebrew word יהוה (transliterated as YHWH), the name of the biblical God of Israel. The four letters, read from right to left, are yodh, he, waw, and he. While there is no consensus about the structure and etymology of the name, “the form Yahweh is now accepted almost universally”.“