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*ˀalp- - cattle (SED II No. 4, DRS 21; Kogan 2011: 205)

Akkadian
alpu - bull, ox; (head) of cattle; beef (CAD A₁ 364, AHw. 38)
Ugaritic
ˀalp - (head of) cattle; bullock; yearling calf, young (head of) cattle (DUL 60)

"The term is remarkably rare in mytho-poetical texts but widely used in administrative documents" (SED II 6)

Phoenician
ˀlp - ox (Tomback 1978: 20, Krahmalkov 2000: 55)
Hebrew
ˀäläp - cattle (HALOT 59)

"A rare poetic term" (SED II 6).

Old Aramaic
ˀlp - bull (DNWSI 1253)
Samaritan
ˀlp - cattle (Tal 39)

"In the translation of Dt. 7.13, likely a Hebraism" (SED II 6).

Soqotri
aḷf - young female calf (LS 62, CSOL II)

du. áḷfi, pl. éḷaf. This word is grammatically masculine in spite of specifically designating a female animal.