Areal reconstruction

*nāḳ-at- - camel (SED II No. 161, Kogan 2011: 207)

one of the four widespread designations of camel in individual languages, the similarity between these designations must be due to diffusion from an Arabian source

Akkadian
na-ḳa-ti, a-na-ḳa-a-te - camel (CAD A₂ 112, AHw. 50, Livingstone 1997: 260)
Hebrew
nāḳā, ănāḳā - camel (SED II No. 161; Kogan 2011: 207)
Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
nā(ˀ)ḳətā, nāḳā - camel (SED II No. 161; Kogan 2011: 207)
Arabic
nāqat- - camel (SED II No. 161; Kogan 2011: 207)

is hardly related to *ynḳ 'to suck'

Sabaic
nḳt - camel (SED II No. 161; Kogan 2011: 207)
Geez
nāḳat, nāḳāt - camel (SED II No. 161; Kogan 2011: 207)