Words

Akkadian
pāšu - an axe or hatchet (CAD P 267; AHw. 846)
also pāštu 'a double-headed axe' (CAD P 265; AHw. 846)
Akkadian
abāru - strength (CAD A₁ 38)

Cf. abru 'strong'

Akkadian
abku - prisoner, captive (CAD A₁ 53, AHw. 6)
The word occurs in Standard Babylonian and Neo-Babylonian only.
Akkadian
abnu - stone (CAD A₁ 54, AHw. 6)
Akkadian
abru - strong (CAD A₁ 63, AHw. 7)
CAD: mng. uncert. AHw.: 'stark, kräftig'
Cf. abāru 'strength'
Akkadian
abru - wing, fin (CAD A₁ 64, AHw. 7)
Akkadian
abšānu - rope (as part of the yoke) (CAD A₁ 65, AHw. 7)
from Sum. áb-sag ‘top strap (as part of the yoke)’ (PSD A₂ 171)
Akkadian
abtu - ruined, decayed (CAD A 66, AHw. 7)
The word occurs in Neo-Babylonian and Standard Babylonian only.
Cf. abtāti 'ruins' (CAD A₁ 66).
Akkadian
abu - father (CAD A₁ 67, AHw. 7)
Akkadian
abūsu - storehouse (CAD A₁ 92)