thief - crook is from Old Norse krokr where as French escroc is from Italian scrocco
(Common Indo-european origin ?)
light-reflecting surface - from Anglo-French escren (Modern French écran) - from Frankish
device - from French escroue (Modern French écrou) / Dutch schrûve
Modern French translation for screw n. is vis f.
Quick drawing - both English and French words are from Italian schizzo (same meaning) - from Latin
ustensil used in skimming liquid - from Old French escumoir (escum- + oir)
to remove floating matters - back formation from skimmer or directly from Old French escumer (Modern French écumer)
retail store - from Old French eschoppe - from Middle low German Schoppe (Cassell's Dictionary)
The Modern French translation for shop is magasin [ma-ga-zin]
a booth or stand in which merchandise is displayed - both words are related to Germanic (Frankish or Old Norse) stal / stall
Modern French uses étalage (étal + -age) [é-ta-la-je] instead of étal (dated)
bond servant - from Old French esclave - from Slavs (eastern Europe people)
gap; universe; room - from Old French espace - from Latin spatium
espace f. (space between words) is used in Typography only - It is also the name of a Renault car.
More to come in next post...