Words

Akkadian
elû - high (CAD E 110, AHw. 205)
Akkadian
emēḳu - to be wise (AHw. 213, CDG 63)

The traditional identification with *ˁmḳ 'to be deep' is semantically far from evident (the application of modern concepts like “deep knowledge” has good chances of being anachronistic).

Akkadian
emēru - to have indigestion (CAD E 148)
Akkadian
emēṣu - to be hungry (CAD E 148, AHw. 214)

may be related to PC *ˀmṣ ‘to be strong’ (Kogan 2015: 281)

Akkadian
emēṣu - to be sour (CDA 72; AHw. 214)
Akkadian
emētu - mother-in-law (AHw. 214–215; CAD E 154)
Akkadian
emmu - hot (AHw. 214)
Akkadian
emšu - hypogastric region (CAD E 153, AHw. 215)
Akkadian
emu - father-in-law (CAD E 154, AHw. 214–215)
Akkadian
emūḳu - strength (CAD E 157, AHw. 216)

Cf. Ugaritic ˁmḳ ‘tough, strong’