Words

Akkadian
ešû - to be troubled, blurred or dark (CAD E 378, AHw. 259)
Akkadian
ettūtu - spider (CAD E 396, AHw. 263)

is hardly related to PWS *ˁankab-. See Landsberger 1934: 137; Kogan 2011: 213.

Akkadian
eṭṭettu - boxthorn (lycium barbarum) (CAD E 23)
Akkadian
ewû - to change, to turm into (CAD E 413, AHw. 266)
Akkadian
ezû - to excrete (CAD E 432; AHw. 270)
Akkadian
gadādu - to chop (CAD G 8, AHw. 273)
Akkadian
gadû - kid (CAD G 9)

Late Babylonian - seems to be a borrowing from Aramaic.

Akkadian
gammalu - camel (CAD G 35, AHw. 279)

goes back to *gamal, one of the four widespread designations of camel in individual languages. The similarity between these designations must be due to diffusion from an Arabian source

Akkadian
ganānu - to confine (CAD G 40, AHw. 280)
Akkadian
gannu - part of the body of an animal (CAD G 41; AHw. 280)