Neither is the term "GOD" free from heathen trappings. Paul wrote that there are "gods many and lords many" (1 Corinthians 8:5 KJV). One root of "god" means "to pour as in a molten image" (Oxford English Dictionary). No wonder idols are known as Gods.
In the Book of Enoch 69:6, Satan's name is revealed as "Gadreel" and the short of that name would be "Gad" ... the letter "A," in Aramaic/Hebrew, is always pronounced "ahh" - so "Gad" is pronounced "God." See what's been going on? Satan is awfully crafty, isn't he!
God in the Bible is a pagan term. Gad is a Syrian or Canaanite deity of good luck or fortune. In Hebrew, it is written GD, but with Massoretic vowel-pointing, it gives us "Gad." Other Scriptural references to a similar deity, also written GD, have a vowel-pointing giving us "Gawd" or "God." Gad is identified with Jupiter, the Sky-deity or the Sun-deity.
The word "God (or god)" is a title, translating the Hebrew Elohim (or elohim), El (or el), and Eloah. However, it is often used as a substitute for the Tetragrammaton (YHVH).
According to Encyclopaedia Britannica, GOD is the common Teutonic word for a personal object of religious worship, applied to all the superhuman beings of the heathen mythologies. The word "god" on the conversion of the Teutonic races to Christianity was adopted as the name of the One Supreme Being. Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics and Webster's Twentieth Century Dictionary, Unabridged agree that the origin is Teutonic paganism.
In Indo-Germanic dictionaries, only one word resembles "god." It is ghodh and is pronounced the same. This word means union, also sexual union or mating. According to Luneburger Wörterbuch, the following are the same word: Gott, got, gode, gade, god and guth (gud).
2 Corinthians 4:4 (YABS) (Satan) who is the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Messiah, who is the image of Ahâyâh, should shine unto them.
This scripture uses Ishi-ohim