Allah in Arabic does not mean god. the arabic word for God, is Elah. Allah is a unique world means, the only absolute GOD that's worthy to be worshiped. And interestingly the only Arabic word that does not have a gender.
[1:1] In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth,
فی البدء خلق "الله" السماوات و الارض
Gospel of John 3:16 (king James version): For God so loved the world
the Arabic translation of the King james version:
لانه هکذا احب "الله" العالم
word الله (in latin leters: Allah) is what's translated again.
Old testament, book of Genesis the first page:
en translation: (GOD)
In the beginning God made from nothing the heavens and the earth.
hebrew translation: (Elohim
בְּרֵאשִׁ֖ית בָּרָ֣א אֱלֹהִ֑ים אֵ֥ת הַשָּׁמַ֖יִם וְאֵ֥ת הָאָֽרֶץ
Arabic translation: (Allah)
فِي البَدءِ خَلَقَ اللهُ السَّماواتِ وَالأرْضَ.
Elohim is used not only for the true God but also for false gods:
Do not make any gods to be alongside me; do not make for yourselves gods of silver or gods of gold (Exodus 20:23). The term Elohim is also used of angels:
You made humanity little lower than the heavenly beings [Elohim] (Psalm 8:6)
There Are Instances Of Elohim Referring To Human Beings:
I said, 'You are "gods" [Elohim] you are all sons of the Most High' (Psalm 82:6).
And Allah in quran says:
La Elah ella Allah
There is no GOD(Elah) but Allah
To be countinued...