The Hebrew Language Origins of English
English Word from Hebrew. IS from "as."
We have the Hebrew word "AS" from the word root "A-S-H" or "E-S-H." This gives us "aseh" meaning "do, make." In verbal form it can become "ya-as" or simply "as".
In Hebrew verbal sounds are quite fluid so that "as" could easily have been rendered as "as" or as "es", or as "is."
This is also the root of the name "Esau" connoting "done," or "already made".
Esau gave us the Celtic god "Esus." According to Jacques Martin, 1727, the Greek deity "Zeus" is identical to the Celtic Esus.
The Online Etymological Dictionary
third person singular present indicative of be, Old English is, from Germanic stem *es- (source also of Old High German, German, Gothic ist, Old Norse es,er), from PIE *es-ti- (source also of Sanskrit asti, Greek esti, Latin est, Lithuanian esti, Old Church Slavonic jesti), from PIE root *es- "to be."