Actually “YahwEH” (is given to MoshEH) is the Memorial Title given in Exodus in 3:15 (that is the third person singular form); the first person form is EhyEH (Exodus 3:14), and that name is for the Father Himself and unto Himself only. We know it has long been common for many Hebrew Males to have “EL” or “EH” in the last Syllable of their names is because of the words like “El Shaddai”, “Eloah”, “Elohiym”, and then the ending syllable of the divine ones and their conjugations having “EH” in them… MASCULINE, NOT FEMININE (“-ah”)…
Conjugations (p.=person). “|” = Syllable Divider.
1st p. h: אהיה :h Eh|yEH = I exist (I am)
2nd p. h: תהיה :h Tih|yEH = You exist (You are)
3rd p. h: יהיה :h Yih|yEH = He exists (He is)
1st p. h: אהוה :h Eh|wEH = I exist (I am)
2nd p. h: תהוה :h Tih|wEH = You exist (You are)
3rd p. h: יהוה :h Yih|wEH = He exists (He is)