This addresses the translations of the Renewed Covenant Messiah's `titles` (in English, we call those `names`) into an array of other languages in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD… because as of 2018 AD, there are over 9,050 dialects (within over 6,500 languages) that don’t have an exact Equivalent (INCLUDING ENGLISH) to transliterate the ORIGINAL Name of the Messiah into script 100%, so, almost all of the 9,050+ dialects in the world have to deal with translations.
Not ALL dialects are equal and exact to each other. And if the translation truly refers to the "SHÊM" (Please Refer to your preferred Lexicon(s) for Strong's Hebrew H8034), of the Messiah, and reflects His true "SHÊM", and is attuned and aligned to His "SHÊM", it’s just as good as the ORIGINAL 'title' / ‘name’ of the Messiah – Obviously, the Hebraic / Semitic Languages have the capability for the ORIGINAL ‘name’ of the Messiah, as well as Chinese, and some Asian languages.
We see some translations as being derived from the Hebraic (Hebrew: "יֵשׁוּע" / Aramaic: "ܝܫܘܥ") form, and since there were translations 'also' put into Greek for benefit of the West and Westerners, we see some translations being derived from the Greek translations, presumably "Koine", "Ιησούς", as opposed to "Modern" form, "Iisús". Notice the translations with an "s" or "z" at the end of the word formation of the translation.
The photos are for the benefit of others to share, and I have those translations in text, in different layouts, where people can COPY and POST into `Posts, Comments, etc.` – See the translations below of this page in the different layouts. You can also TAP here to access the Google DOC. Take note that a lot of those translations you see with the letter "J" actually take on the sound of the English "H".
As for the common forms, "Yeshua", or "Yeshuah", the "a" / "ah" at the end is just a "filler" to replace the Hebrew Letter "AYIN" ("ע"), which takes on a guttural "nG" (i.e. "sang") sound to the back of the throat.
Cp. "Gomorrah" and "Gaza" in the Hebrew Dialect.
As the ole saying goes, "it's the thought that counts", and it's hard to tell what the pronunciation of "yeshua" (or "jesus" and others, for that matter) means in any other given language, which may have a whole different meaning, or meanings, possibly even quite negative.