The name "Jesus" is from Greek. The name in Hebrew is "Jehoshua". Jehoshua is a conjunction of "Yahweh" and "Shuah".
Many are familiar with Yahweh. Yahweh is an English rendition of . "" is Hebrew, and those four letters, , are often called the Tetragrammaton. In English, "" is usually transliterated as YHWH. Traditionally, observant Jews do not say this name aloud, as it is believed to be too sacred to be uttered. Usually, euphemisms are used when referring to the name of GOD. These euphemisms include HaShem ("The Name") and Shem HaMeforash ("the ineffable Name."). In Hebrew, Yahweh literally means "I AM". We're familiar with this from Exodus:
The second half, Shuah, means "Has Become our Salvation".
Jesus - Yahweh Has Become Our Salvation