It is forbidden to say foreign gods names or even to cause other to say them (see Shemot 23, 13 and Sanhedrin 63b).
What about saying the word without intention for a deity?
For example, (1) a lot of Western words derive from Greek mythology: chronometer, thalassotherapy, uranium, neptunium, plutonium...?
And (2) even worse: project athena, apollo mission...? (Because here the name itself is used).
Or, (3) names of planets Venus, Mars, Jupiter...? (that were pagan gods?...)
More subtle, (4) suppose the greek city Athens comes from a Greek goddess name; would be permitted to say it, given the intention is for the city only?