Words

Akkadian
awatu - word, utterance; matter, affair, thing (CAD A₂ 29, AHw. 89)

Kogan 2015: 334
Cf. Ugaritic hwt ‘word, statement’ (DUL 349)

Akkadian
awīlu - man (CAD A₂ 48, AHw. 90)

The etymology is uncertain (cf. Kraus 1973: 117–118).

Akkadian
ayālu - help (CAD); verbündeter (AHw) (CAD 226, AHw. 24)

The word occurs in Neo-Babylonian and Neo-Assyrian only.

Akkadian
ayalu - stag, deer (CAD A₁ 225, AHw. 24)

Var. yalu, yulu.
i-la-nu in Emar (Pentuic 2001: 83)

Akkadian
ayāṣu - weasel (CAD A₂ 231, AHw. 25)

Var. ayyaṣu. Also a bag to carry oil, made of the skin of the weasel.

Akkadian
ayyānu - where? (CAD I/J 323, AHw. 411, GAG §111b)
Akkadian
azaru - lynx (CAD A₂ 527, AHw. 92)

The identification of a. with Lynx chaus is proposed in Landsberger 1934 87 and Salonen 1976 186.

Akkadian
azû - to produce unnatural sounds (CAD A₂ 528, AHw. 92)

Var. ḫazû, asû.
In AHw. 92 translated as ‘seufzen, jappen’.

Akkadian
- water(?) (CAD B 1, AHw. 93)

Attested once in Malku, equated to Akk. mû “water”.

Akkadian
baˀālu - to be exceptionally big, bright; to be in force, forceful (CAD B 1, AHw. 93, SAD I 1)

No definitive etymology can be suggested.