The following are some names of God expressed at various places in the Bible. This information is from my illustrated Bible dictionary.
Jehovah/Yahweh. One of the most important names for God in the Old Testament is Yahweh, or Jehovah, from the verb "to be," meaning simply but profoundly, "I am who I am," and "I will be who I will be." The four-letter Hebrew word YHWH was the name by which God revealed Himself to Moses in the burning bush (Exodus 3:14).
This bush was a vivid symbol of the inexhaustible dynamism of God who burns like a fire with love and righteousness, yet remains the same and never diminishes. Some English translations of the Bible translate the word as Jehovah, while others use Yahweh.
Jehovah-jireh – This name is translated as "The-LORD-Will-Provide," commemorating the provision of the ram in place of Isaac for Abraham's sacrifice (Genesis 22:14).
Jehovah-nissi – This name means "The-LORD-Is-My-Banner," in honor of God's defeat of the Amalekites (Exodus 17:15).
Jehovah-shalom – This phrase means "The-LORD-Is-Peace," the name Gideon gave the altar which he built in Ophrah (Judges 6:24).
Jehovah-shammah – This phrase expresses the truth that "The-LORD-Is-There," referring to the city which the prophet Ezekiel saw in his vision (Ezekiel 48:35).
Jehovah-tsebaoth – This name, translated "The-LORD-of-hosts," was used in the days of David and the prophets, witnessing to God the Savior who is surrounded by His hosts of heavenly power (1 Samuel 1:3).
Jehovah Elohe Israel – This name means "LORD-God-of-Israel," and it appears in Isaiah, Jeremiah, and the Psalms. Other names similar to this are Netsah Israel, "The Strength of Israel" (1 Samuel 15:29); and Abir Yisrael "The Mighty One of Israel" (Isaiah 1:24).
(from Nelson's Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Copyright (c)1986, Thomas Nelson Publishers)