Ok, I didn't elaborate and meant for the link to do that.
Correct, my understanding is that Yahweh is always translated as Lord in the bible. Elohim apparently comes from the 10 northern tribes scriptures and Yahweh from the southern 2 tribes. When the north was conquered, the two were combined into what we have now, and hence the lack of consistency in some of the stories in Genesis, particularly Chapter 1 from the north, and chapter 2 of the southern wrt the name of God.
Ok, and thank you. I have also thought sometimes, maybe Elohim is the true name. Maybe it can be so. I don’t see this a problem, but I think it would be good to be careful with it, because it can have other meanings also in the Bible.