Words

Akkadian
emu - father-in-law (CAD E 154, AHw. 214–215)
Akkadian
emūḳu - strength (CAD E 157, AHw. 216)

Cf. Ugaritic ˁmḳ ‘tough, strong’

Akkadian
enēḳu - to suck (CAD E 165, AHw. 217)
Akkadian
enēšu - to be weak, impoverished, shaky (CAD E 166)
Akkadian
enšub/pu - a bird (CAD E 172; AHw. 220)
Akkadian
enzu (ezzu, inzu) - she-goat, goat (gen. term) (CAD E 180, AHw. 221)

On Akk. azzatu (ḫazzatu) ‘she-goat’ and ḫazzu (ḫanzu) v. SED II No. 35 where these forms are treated as WS loans.

Akkadian
ep(e)ḳennu, ep(e)kēnu - a skin disease (CAD E 246, AHw. 230)
Akkadian
epēru - to provide with food rations (CAD E 190, AHw. 223)

Cf. Ugaritic ḥpr 'ration, supply' (Kogan 2015: 334).

Akkadian
eperu - soil (CAD E 184, AHw. 222)
Akkadian
epḳu - leprosy (CAD E 246; AHw. 230)