Words

Soqotri
ŝkof - to block the mouth of a kid with a stick to prevent it from sucking (LS 430, CSOL I 666, CSOL II)
Soqotri
ŝkom - grain (of any cereal) (LS 429, CSOL I 666, CSOL II)
Soqotri
ŝəḳa - cloak, mantle (LS 432, CSOL I 667, CSOL II)
Soqotri
ŝáḳar - drought, starvation (LS 432)
Soqotri
ŝiḳáro - (sg. f.) to happen (drought) (LS 433, CSOL I 667, CSOL II)
Soqotri
ŝəľɛ - three (LS 430, CSOL I 667, CSOL II)

with feminine noun counted

Soqotri
ŝə́ľhɛ - in ˁan ŝə́ľhɛ ‘for nothing’ (CSOL I 667, CSOL II)
Soqotri
ŝímhil - left (LS 430)
Soqotri
ŝíni - to see (LS 431, CSOL I 668, CSOL II)

In the speech of the informants of the Da'rho tribe "éḳdəm 'to see' is very common, perhaps no less common than ŝíni. The two verbs appear to be used without any perceptible semantic or functional difference." (Kogan 2015:519)

Soqotri
ŝənége - stick (CSOL I 668, CSOL II)