Words

Akkadian
adamu - red, red garment (CAD A₁ 95, AHw. 10)

related to PC *ˀdm 'to be red'? the meaning is highly uncertain

Akkadian
adīni - until now; not yet (CAD A₁ 125, AHw. 13)

It is hard to avoid thinking that adīni ‘until now; not yet’, has something to do with PWS *ˁād- '(he is) still' also in terms of etymology (Kogan 2015: 76).

Akkadian
aḫannā - this side, the nearer shore or bank (CAD A₁ 169, AHw. 18)

The word occurs in Neo-Babylonian, Late Babylonian, and Standard Babylonian only.

Akkadian
aḫātu - sister (CAD A₁ 195, AHw. 18)
Akkadian
aḫu - brother (CAD A₁ 195, AHw. 21)
Akkadian
aḫullā - beyond, on the other shore or bank (CAD A₁ 215, AhW. 23)

The word occurs in Neo-Babylonian, Late Babylonian, Standard Babylonian, and Neo-Assyrian only.

Akkadian
a-IA-ú MUŠEN = a-a-[ú] - (a bird) (CAD A₁ 236)
Akkadian
akalu - bread (CAD A₁ 238, AHw. 26)
Akkadian
akālu - to eat (CAD A₁ 245)
Akkadian
akbaru - jerboa (CAD A₁ 265, AHw. 28)

Var. akkabaru