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*ˀayyal- - stag, deer (SED II No. 25, Fron. V 294)

Akkadian
ayalu - stag, deer (CAD A₁ 225, AHw. 24)

Var. yalu, yulu.
i-la-nu in Emar (Pentuic 2001: 83)

Ugaritic
ˀayl - deer (DUL 134)

Cf. also ˀaylt 'hind' (ibid.).

Phoenician
ˀyl - stag (Tomback 1978: 14)
Hebrew
ˀayyāl- - fallow deer (HALOT 40)
Hebrew
ˀayyālā - doe of a fallow deer (HALOT 40)
Official Aramaic
ˀyl - deer, stag (DNWSI 45)
Official Aramaic
ˀylt - hind (DNWSI 45)
Jewish Palestinian Aramaic
ˀyyl - stag, hart (DJPA 48)
Jewish Palestinian Aramaic
ˀyylh - hind (DJPA 48)
Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
ˀayyālǝtā - hind (DJBA 113)
Syriac
ˀaylā - cervus (LS 15, SL 34)
Syriac
ˀayltā - cerva (LS 15, SL 35)
Mandaic
ai(a)la - deer, hart (MD 14-5)
Turoyo
aylo - deer (Kuipers 1983: 86)
Arabic
ˀiyyal-, ˀuyyal- - bouquetin, bouc de montagnes; cerf (BK 1 74, Lane 128, LA XI 33, Fr. I 76)

In Fr. also ˀayyil-, ˀayyul-. More details v. in Hommel 1879: 279-80.

Sabaic
ˀyl - mountain goat, ibex (SD 10)

Discussed in Sima 2000: 27.

Minaean
ˀyl - bélier, bouquetin (LM 9)

Discussed in Sima 2000: 27.

Geez
hayyal - ibex, mountain goat (CDG 221, LLA 14)

The origin of the initial laryngeal is totally obscure.

Tigrinya
ḥayäl - deer, large antelope (TED 275)

The origin of the initial laryngeal is totally obscure.

Amharic
hayäl - large antilope (AED 25)

The origin of the initial laryngeal is totally obscure.

Jibbali
ayyól - Steinblock (Bittner 29)

Not in JL.