Semitic Etymological Database
Semantically unambiguous cognates to this root are missing from both Akkadian and MSA. Cf. Akk. emēḳu ‘to be wise’ and MSA *ˁamḳ- ‘midst, interior’.
See also Ugr γnb - 'grapes'(?) and Akk ḫanābu - 'to grow abundantly'. Two
PS variant roots (*ˁinab- and *γinab‑) with different Akkadian reflexes?
Only in Akk and Ugr - original meaning 'to enter'. Elsewhere in WS, only derived meanings (such as “to set (sun)” or “to stand surety”) are attested (HALOT 876, CDG 69)