Both to Ezekiel and to Jesus, it denotes humility and station.
In Ezekiel case it was to remind him, he was still a man, even though he was being used by Jehovah to declare his word.
In the case of Jesus, Jesus humbled himself and became a man, equal to Adam.
For through the death of one man [Adam], death spread to all mankind.
Through the death of the one man [Jesus], mankind was bought back from sin and death to life.
(Romans 5:17) “17 For if by the trespass of the one man death ruled as king through that one, how much more will those who receive the abundance of the undeserved kindness and of the free gift of righteousness rule as kings in life through the one person, Jesus Christ!”
(Philippians 2:8) “8 More than that, when he came as a man, he humbled himself and became obedient to the point of death, yes, death on a torture stake.”
Let us like Paul:
(Ephesians 1:3) “3 Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, for he has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in union with Christ,”
John, Juan, Sean, Shawn are all the SAME name and are not different names.
Other language forms for the name John:
Dzon, Džon (Congolese, Serbian)
Giăng (Vietnamese, Protestant)
Jehovah is the English pronunciation of the Hebrew YHWH.
Yahweh is also an accepted pronunciation of the Hebrew YHWH.
They are NOT 2 different names, but the one name in Hebrew spelled YHWH.
Thus Jehovah and Yahweh are not two different names, but 2 forms of the same name.
Just as Jesus or Es-sa or Yeshua or Joshua or Chesús are not 'different names' for Jesus.
They are how you pronounce this name, the same name in the many languages of the earth.