In the LANTERNverse Centurion was not the first superhero, although "pop wisdom" gives him that honor. More recent scholarship has identified several figures pre-1938 who may warrant that title, though debate rages on if they fit various definitions of "superhero":
Maybe I could try one for legendary animals:
Fierceness of the Ichneumon!
Speed of the Golden Hind!
Perceptiveness of Orthrus!
Purity of the Unicorn!
Strength of Fenrir!
Power of Anzu!
Endurance of Hydra!
If it were anything like real water it wouldn't have immunity to electricity or cold. Maybe some fire resistance, but enough of that stuff and it'd boil.
Clearly the aballin is made of some sci-fi compound unknown to science.
Problem is you're working with two "A", so in natural English whatever you come up with will sound kind of like SHAZAM. If you want variety try some more vowels.
BIGHAM (pronounced "big ham"):
....Courage of Bastet
.....Cunning of Isis
....Strength of Gaea
Endurance of Hebe*
...........Skill of Artemis
.......Power of Maat
* Greek goddess of Youth.
EDIT: And like Shazam the particular goddesses aren't as important as the word. Where does the word come...
I've actually been trying to avoid going outside the "standard Western sources" (Egyptian, Greek/Roman, Norse, Celtic, Mesopotamian) for both the reason of emulation of the source material and because I don't want to cultural appropriate.
Thanks, I'll keep them in mind.
Another good power word might be BIGHAM. As in "large ham", aka "overacting".
Courage of Bastet, Cunning of Isis, G [don't have anything at the moment], Power of Hera, Skill of Artemis, M [got nothing other than Minerva]
UPDATE: Might be cooler to go with "Power of Maat", since that sets up...