Words

Akkadian
byrwl - beryl (DJPA 102)
A loanword from Iranian, cf. Parthian bylwr “rock crystal” (Henning 1937, 81), Middle Persian bēlūr ‘crystal’ (Pahlavi 18) and see further Ciancaglini 2008, 128 f. and Beekes 212 where an eventual Indo-Aryan (and, ultimately, Dravidian) etymology is discussed.
Akkadian
daˀāmu - to be(come) dark, dim (CAD D 1, AHw. 146)

daˀmu ‘dark’ (CAD D 74, AHw. 158)

Akkadian
daˀāpu - to push, to knock down (AHw 146, CAD D 1)
Akkadian
dabû - bear (CAD D 17, AHw. 148)
Attested in a few SB literary texts and lexical lists, in earlier periods in proper names only. Cf. further Landsberger 1934: 82-3, Salonen 1976: 194-5. Geminated -b- i n da-ab-bu (Malku V 50) is probably due to a WS influence.
Akkadian
dadānu - neck muscles (CAD D 17, AHw. 148)
Var. diadānu, daddānu.
Akkadian
daddaru - an ill-smelling, thorny plant (CAD D 17, AHw. 148)
Akkadian
dādu - paternal uncle (Kogan 2014:91–92)
The term belongs to the “Amorite” system of kin designations and is attested mainly in Mari corpus; Akkadian proper employs analytical expressions to designate uncle and aunt, e.g. aḫi abim, aḫāt abim and so on.
Akkadian
dādu - love-making; object of love, darling, favorite (CAD D 20, AHw. 149)
Akkadian
dagālu - to look (CAD D 21)
Akkadian
dakāšu - to pierce (CAD D 34)

With *g > k before š.