PS

*ˀa/iw(a)z-, *waz(z)- - goose (SED II No. 22, DRS 12)

Akkadian
ūsu - duck (CAD U-W 282, AHw. 1438)

The term is often thought to be borrowed from Sum. UZ, but the Sum. term itself is likely to be an early Semitism (as suggested in Landsberger 1966: 257, cf. also Salonen 1973: 288-9).

Ugaritic
ˀuz - goose (DUL 136, Watson 2007: 80)

Akk. ūsu ‘duck’ (CAD U 282). A widely attested cultural term with no certain etymology (cf. SED II No. 22), Akkadian loanword in Ugaritic is uprovable (Kogan 2015: 358).

Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
ˀăwāzzā - goose (DJBA 86)
Syriac
wazzā, wāzā - anser (LS 184, TS 1060, SL 357)
Mandaic
awaza - goose (MD 9)
Maalula
wazzṯo - Gans (GNDM 103)
Turoyo
wāzo - Gans (TW 536)
Arabic
ˀiwazz- - oie (BK 1 68, Fr. I 69)

Cf. also wazz- 'oie' (BK 2 1527, Fr. IV 460). Both forms in Lane 125, LA V 428-9.

Geez
zǝy - goose (CDG 646)

An Amharism, according to Leslau. The word is certainly related though the phonetic developments presupposed by this relationship are totally obscure, v. SED II 32.

Amharic
wiza - (without translation) (EDG 675)

Possibly related, but not found in AED.

Amharic
zǝyy (zǝyyi, zǝyye) - goose (AED 1671)

The word is certainly related to the PS root though the phonetic developments presupposed by this relationship are totally obscure, v. SED II 32.

Chaha
wizänä - kind of a bird (EDG 675)

Possibly related.

Ezha
wizännä - kind of a bird (EDG 675)

Possibly related.

Ennemor
wīzäñä - kind of a bird (EDG 675)

Possibly related.

Gyeto
wizäñä - kind of a bird (EDG 675)

Possibly related.