Eloah in the Bible is a pagan term. The Hebrew word for “god” is Eloah. Elohim and Elohei are plural for Eloah.
Unger's bible Dictionary, Page 67, states that the word EL denotes either “God” or “a god.”n(In the Ugaritic literature El refers to the chief god of the Canaanite pantheon, the father of Baal). El is a Canaanite word meaning "God", or "Devil".
Ēl is called again and again Tôru ‘Ēl ("Bull Ēl" or "the bull god").
We are to stay away from the Bull, Ba'al
Exodus 3:13: “Then Moses said ‘el-ha·'e·lo·him. ‘If I come to the people of Israel and say to them, ‘Elohei of your fathers sent me to you,’ and they ask me, ‘What is his name?’ what shall I say to them?”
Exodus 3:14: “E·lo·him (translated as “God,” but literally, “gods”) said to Moses, “AHYH ASHR AHYH.” This important answer Moses received “from the gods” has been translated as “I AM THAT I AM” or “I AM WHO I AM,” or "I AM WHAT I AM." This YABS scripture uses Ahâyâh Asher Ahâyâh
The Yasha Ahayah Bible Scriptures translates Exodus 3:14 as;
Exodus 3:14 (YABS) And Ishi-ohim said unto Moses, Ahâyâh Asher Ahâyâh (I AM THAT I AM) ￼: and He said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, Ahâyâh (I AM) ￼hath sent me unto you.*1*
*1*This is the first case when Ishi-ohim tells us His Holy Name Ahâyâh. hâyâh stands for "To Be!" or "Be!"