Bhagavān Brahma can mean 'Lord of Creation'. 'Yah' in Hebrew used to mean 'Lord'; not part of a name (YHVH) as Rabbinic Judaism has taught. Where we can show in Psalms 89:8, it compares who is a strong Lord (Yah) like YHVH: Psalms 89:8 O LORD (YHVH) God of hosts, who is a strong LORD (YaH) like unto thee? or to thy faithfulness round about thee? Havah in Hebrew means the same as Brahma in Sanskrit; it comes from the root breath of the divine, and means 'to make manifest, to be, to expand, to create'. Avah means 'to desire' like in the 10th commandment; so as David pointed out, the Lord fulfils our desires. Thus Yah-Havah can mean the Lord of Creation; just like Bhagavān Brahma can mean. We're in a realm of desires, and delusions called the Maya; where the Creator makes this realm from its word, to help us fulfil our desires, and then learn to find enlightenment in the process. In my opinion.