Words

Akkadian
asīru - prisoner of war, captive foreigner used as worker (CAD A₂ 331)

probably an early WS loanword (Kogan2008b:105 and 110, with references)

Akkadian
aškikītu - (a bird) (CAD A₂ 444, AHw. 81)

Var. bašKiKītu, ašKiKītu, mašKiKītu.
No etymology can be suggested. The spelling alternation b-/m-/Ø- may suggest *w in the prototype.

Akkadian
ašlu - rush (CAD A₂ 449, AHw. 81)
Akkadian
ašnan - grain, cereals (CAD A₂ 450, AHw. 82)

Cf. Kogan 2015:571.

Akkadian
ašru - place, site, location (CAD A₂ 456, AHw. 82)
Akkadian
aššatu - wife (CAD A₂ 462, AHw. 83)
Akkadian
aššum - concerning, on behalf of, on account of, because of, with respect to, related to (CAD A₂ 467, AHw. 84)

Likely from ana šumi (lit. 'for the name', see GAG 207, CDG 43). See also the expression ana šumi 'because of, as for' (CAD Š₃ 294, AHw. 295), in which both lexemes are used separately.

Akkadian
âšu - to be nauseated (CAD A₂ 477)

Var. ḫâšu

Akkadian
ašû - a disease (affecting the head, vision, etc.) (CAD A₂ 476, AHw. 85)

Var. ḫašû, ušû

Akkadian
atānu - mare; she-ass, donkey mare (CAD A₂ 481, AHw. 86)