Words

Akkadian
abūtu - a fish (CAD A₁ 93, AHw. 9)
Further details see in Salonen 1970: 150.
Akkadian
adad - name of the Storm-god (Schwemer 2001: 34–58)
Var. addu
Akkadian
adamu - red, red garment (CAD A₁ 95, AHw. 10)
the meaning is highly uncertain
Akkadian
adāmu - to own a share in a common fund (CAD A₁ 95)
for other Semitic cognates to this Old Assyrian verb v. Kogan 2006c: 187
Akkadian
adāru/atāru/aṭāru - an indigenous tree (CAD A₁ 102)
Akkadian
adi - up to, as far as; until, up to (connoting time); concerning, as to (CAD A₁ 115, AHw. 12)
Also adu, gadu, ḳаdu, ḫadu, ad. The background of variants with initial ḳ and g is difficult to establish.
GAG § 114 j analyzes adīni and adīšu as lexicalized combinations of adi and pronominal suffixes.
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
adīšu - meanwhile, until then (CAD A₁ 128, AHw. 13)
Akkadian
adru - threshing floor (CAD A₁ 129)
specifically Assyrian word (Kogan 2006c: 180)
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.