- "If at all" indeed... this entry strikes me as silly. Typography is not lexicography. Equinox ◑ 18:55, 11 June 2014 (UTC)
- I think this merits an entry to whatever extent Lord and God merit entries. It could be analysed as a mere capitalization of "Lord", which is in turn a capitalization of "lord", but the fact that (as the usage notes discuss) "LORD" and "Lord" and "lord" are used contrastively in so many well-known works is probably what made whoever added it think it was worthy of inclusion. (In contrast, something like "The" isn't semantically contrastive with "the".) But I could see an argument for deleting "LORD" and "Lord" (and "God"), and moving their contents to "lord" (and "god", respectively). - -sche (discuss) 19:54, 11 June 2014 (UTC)
Removed from the entry because it does not actually use the term "LORD" (in any capitalization):
- 1611, King James Bible, Exod. vi. 3
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The Usage notes section may need to be cleaned up. It is very hard to read what it says; I can't bother to fix it as I'm worried of breaking the content. Surely someone would be there to fix it, thanks. TatCoolBoy (talk) 04:55, 7 May 2017 (UTC)