Basically my question is the NT counterpart of this question: The name of God in ancient manuscripts
Which words are used for God in the oldest manuscripts of the New Testament?
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The oldest manuscripts of the New Testament are all in Greek. Unlike Hebrew, Greek doesn't have very many terms for God.
The Greek word for 'God' is θεός (Theos), which is used consistently throughout the New Testament.
These two terms are the most common words used for God throughout the New Testament, as they are also prominent in the LXX (Septuagint) translation of the Old Testament.