The mystical Hebrew names of God are associated in Kabbalah with the ten sefirot (divine emanations of God):

Adonai, “Lord” (Malkhut); pronounciation: ah-doh-NIE (ie as the i in high)

El Hai, “Living God”; pronounciation: ehl khie. (kh as in German buch or Scottish loch. Place tongue in position for sounding the letter k, but release the breath in a stream as in pronouncing an h)

Shaddai, “Almighty” (Yesod); pronounciation: shah-DIE

Elohim Tzevaot, “God of hosts” (Hod); pronounciation: ehl-oh-HEEM tz vah-OHT

YHVH Tzevaot, spoken Adonai Tzevaot, “Lord of hosts” (Netzah); pronounciation: ah-doh-NIE tz vah-OHT

YHVH, spoken Adonai (Tiferet); pronounciation: ah-doh-NIE (ie as the i in high)

Elohim, “God” (Gevurah); pronounciation: ehl-oh-HEEM

El, “God” (Hesed); pronounciation: ehl

YHVH, spoken Elohim (Binah); pronounciation: ehl-oh-HEEM

Yah, “the Eternal” (Hokhmah); pronounciation: yah

Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh, “I AM THAT I AM” (Keter); pronounciation: eh-heh-YEH ah-SHAIR eh-heh-YEH