Abi-albon in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
ab-i-al'-bon, abi-al'-bon ('abhi `alebhon, meaning not known.
Gesenius infers from the Arabic a stem which would give the
meaning "father of strength," and this is at worst not quite
so groundless as the conjectures which explain `alebhon as a
textual misreading for 'el or ba`al): Abi-albon the Arbathite
was one of David's listed heroes (2 Sam 23:31), called Abiel
the Arbathite in 1 Ch 11:32. Presumably he was from Beth-
arabah (Josh 15:6,61; 18:22).
Abi-albon in Wikipedia
(Hebrew "father of strength", "valiant") was one of David's
body-guard of thirty mighty men (2 Samuel 23:31); also called
Abiel (1 Chronicles 11:32).