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The name is made up of two parts: the verb עשה, Hebrew “to do, make” 3rd m. This would make it a name of “thanksgiving”, thanking God for what he has “made” or “done”. Asahel was the youngest son of Zeruiah, David’s sister. His older brothers were Joab and Abishai.
He was known for his swiftness of foot: “Asahel was swift of foot, like a gazelle in the open field. After a battle at Gibeon between Abner, commanding the army of Ish-bosheth son of Saul and Joab, commanding the army of David, Asahel pursued Abner while he attempted to escape. Young Asahel soon caught up with Abner. Asahel was buried in his father’s tomb at Bethlehem.