The name of Jesus in the original Hebrew is Yeshua or Yah’s (short for YHWH) “salvation” or YHWH “saves”. The name of Joshua is actually the same name “Yahashua”. The name of the Prophets Jeremiah is in the Hebrew Yerima-YAH-hu, then there’s “Hezeki-YAH, Matthew is Mattit-YAH-hu, Isaiah is Yeshi-YAH-hu, Nehemi-YAH. All have the emphasis on the familiar version of the four letter Name YHVH.
Other Biblical persons have an earlier form for the name of God, the name “El”. We see this alternate name in ancient Hebrew words like "El-ohim", "El-ohai", "El-Shaddai", and with Biblical names like "Ezeki-EL, or with angels like "Micha-EL", "Ari-EL" and "Gabri-EL".
This change occurs during the time of Abram (who becomes Abraham) and is seen with the discovery of what are known as the "Ebla Texts", where the Name "El" becomes the Name "Yah".
It is fascinating that at the time God's root name changes, He changes the name of Abram to Abraham, Sarai to Sarah; then later Jacob to Israel. There is great meaning to names in the Bible, they and their meanings should not be overlooked.
All we ever have or use for the Name of God are titles; “God”, “Lord”, "Adonai" (Heb. Lord), Ha Shem (Heb. "The Name") and so on. He wants us to call on Him by Name, do not be afraid to, do not be ashamed to call His Name, He wants us to! Just do NOT do it with vanity, falsely or without due reverence.
All praise, Glory and Honor be to the Name of our God YHWH, however it is pronounced !