Reconstructions

PES
*ˀanḳoḳəḥo - egg (Dolgopolsky 1973:282, 319, Kogan 2015: 449)

Borrowed from Cushitic according to Dolgopolsky, but treated as cognate to the corresponding Cushitic forms in Militarev 2004:309, 2010:65 (cf. SED I No. 160, Appleyard 1977:27).

PES
*ˁVl-at-/*maˁal-t- - day (Kogan 2015: 459)

Derived from the verbal root *wˁl ‘to spend the day,’ for which no persuasive etymology has been suggested so far (cf. CDG 603).

PES
*ˁanḳar - throat, uvula, neck (SED I 16-17)

<*ˁVnḳ- with suffixed -r?

PES
*ˁrḳ - to be naked (CDG 71, Kogan 2015: 453)
PES
*ˁiṣ̂ṣ̂-/*ˁinṣ̂- - lot, die (for playing dice) (SED I 25)

May be related to PWS *ˁVṣ̂ā/īṣ̂- '(kind of) bone' (for this meaning shift, cf. Rus. кость meaning both 'bone' and 'playing die').

PES
*ˁaŝā - fish (Dolgopolsky 1973:293, Appleyard 1977:42, Kogan 2015: 449)

Clearly borrowed from Cushitic.

PES
*bḳʷˁ - to fit, to be sufficient (CDG 99, Kogan 2015: 459)

The origin of Proto-EthS *bḳʷˁ ‘to be sufficient’ is uncertain, but note Arb. bqˁ = ˀiktafā (TA 20 346).

PES
*blˁ - to eat (Kogan 2015: 445)
PES
*blḫ - to be sharp (CDG 95, Kogan 2015: 454)
PES
*batr- - branch, stick (DRS 90, Kogan 2015: 454)