Reconstructions

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*γārib-, *γurā̆b- - crow, raven (SED II No. 89; Kogan 2011: 210)
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*γurl(-at)- - foreskin (SED I No. 108; Kogan 2011: 219)
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*γVrVn- - eagle (SED II No. 90)
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*γarVṗ- - occiput, back of the neck (SED I No. 107; Kogan 2011: 220)
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*γṯy - to be dark (Kogan 2015: 34, note 66; Kogan 2001: 266)
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*γVzāl- - gazelle (SED II No. 92; Kogan 2011: 208)
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*hḏy/w - to be mad, talk without sense; produce incoherent sounds (in one’s sleep) (SED I No. 18ᵥ)
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*hadad- - thunder (Fronzaroli 1965a: 140; DRS 373; Kogan 2011: 194)
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*hlk - to walk (DRS 413, HALOT 246, Kogan 2015:234)
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*hll - to be imbecile, weak-minded, mad; be mocked at (SED I No. 19ᵥ)

Originally rather a biconsonantal stem. Note various ways of triconsonantization in Eth. and a full reduplication in Arb. and Soq.