Reconstructions

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*ˁaŝr- - ten (Kogan 2009: 73)
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*ˁiṣ̂- - tree (Fronzaroli 1969a: 276, 290, 299; Kogan 2011: 199; Kogan 2015: 43)
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*ˁat(t)ūd- - male of small cattle (SED II No. 44; Kogan 2011: 206)
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*ˁVṯ(V)ṯ- - moth (SED II No. 45; Kogan 2011: 213)
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*ˁaṯ̣m- - bone (SED I No. 25)
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*ˁVṯ̣āy- - gecko (SED II No. 46; Kogan 2011: 211)
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*ˁaw/yš-, *ˁašw/y- - kind of disease (fever, cold in the head; plague) (SED I No. 27)

The Akk. variant form with ḫ- may also suggest γ-. The ESA and Jib. forms, however, clearly point to ˁ-.

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*ˁayn- - eye (SED I No. 28)

reflexes are applied throughout Semitic to designate 'spring' as source of water, s. Kogan 2011: 192

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*biˀr-, *buˀr(-at)- - well, source of water (Fronzaroli 1971: 611, 632, 640; Kogan 2011: 192)
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*bˀš - to be of bad quality, to be putrid, to stink (EDA B N5)