The Qur’an refers to Allahu Subhanahu wa Taala as the God of the Universe. Man knows and understands God through His names and qualities. That includes God as creator, king, the only one, and the most seeing.
The two most important names of Allahu Subhanahu wa Taala appear in the phrase that precedes all and one surah in the Qur’an, namely Bismillah, Ar Rahman, Ar Rahiim, which means “In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful Again Merciful. Of all that, the greatest and greatest name is the name ‘Allah’.
Jews and Arab Christians refer to God as God in exactly the same way as those whose first language was Italian referring to God as Dio. However, the Arabic word ‘Allah’ contains a deeper description of what God is.
The word ‘Allah’ in Arabic has a deep meaning, namely Allahu subhanahu wa taala as God, Creator, and Preserver of the world. There is nothing like Him and nothing comparable to Him.
In Arabic, the word Allah stands alone. While in English, the word God or God can be made plural. As in the word ‘gods’, it cannot be interpreted as God in arabic, because in English the word ‘gods’ means gods. The word God in English is able to change gender, as in the word goddes, but the word ‘Allah’ has no gender.
The word “God” is a noun that refers to God. The root is the word al-Ilaah (“God”), but it is shortened to make it easier to pronounce, because it is so often repeated. The word ilaah refers to a loved one, and a loved one is one who is worshipped out of love and respect.”
The name of Allah is mentioned in the Qur’an more often than any other name by which Allah calls Himself. The name ‘Allah’ is mentioned 2602 times in the Qur’an.
As for the other names of Allahu Subhanahu wa Taala mentioned in the Qur’an, among them ‘Ar Rahiim’ (Merciful) which is mentioned 114 times and ‘Ar Rahman’ (Most Merciful) is mentioned 57 times. There is a big difference, and it is clear that God gave the name a special status.