Western philosophers use terms Omniscient, Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omnibenevolent while discussing about God.
I would say that Omniscient corresponds to al-Alim (All-Knowing), and I would guess that al-Wadud would correspond to Omnibenevolent (All-Loving). And I would guess that al-Qaadir corresponds to Omnipotent (All-Powerful). Which Quranic name of Allah corresponds to Omnipresent (All-Present---that Allah is everywhere.)?
(Western philosophers also invariably use the term All-Good (especially when discussing the so-called problem of evil). To my limited understanding, there is no such attribute of Allah in Quran, am I correct? Note: I am not attributing anything to Allah; just asking whether Quran involves a name of Allah that simply means All-Good.)