Reconstructions

PS
*ˁakbar- - mouse, jerboa (SED II No. 30, Fron. V 296)
PS
*ˁaḳib-, *ˁiḳb- - heel (SED I No. 14)
PS
*ˁala/ūḳ(-at)- - leech (SED II No. 32, Fron. V 297; Kogan 2011: 213–214)

Level?

PS
*ˁalay - on, over (Arakelova 2001:25)

Throughout EthS this preposition exists only in combination with the element lV. In several languages adverbs of the *lVˁl- type are also attested: see Syr. ləˁal 'upward, above' (ссылка?), Min. l-ˁl, 'upward (vers le haut)' (LM 31), Mnd. lilai 'upwards'. For the derivation from the PS root *ˁlw/*ˁly 'to go up' see Lipiński 1997:466, AED 109, Tropper 2000:766.

PS
*ˁly/*ˁlw - to go up (Kogan 2015:387)
PS
*ˁamm- - grandfather, ancestor, forefather (Kogan 2014: 97)
PS
*ˁmḳ - to be deep (CDG 63)

Level?
Semantically unambiguous cognates to this root are missing from both Akkadian and MSA. Cf. Akk. emēḳu ‘to be wise’ and MSA *ˁamḳ- ‘midst, interior’.

PS
*ˁms - to be massive, compact, heavy (Kogan 2015: 284)

Level?

PS
*ˁinab- - fruit (Kogan 2012: 256)

See also Ugr γnb - 'grapes'(?) and Akk ḫanābu - 'to grow abundantly'. Two PS variant roots (*ˁinab- and *γinab‑) with different Akkadian reflexes?

PS
*ˁVnVḳ- - female kid (SED II No. 34; Kogan 2011: 206)