Words

Akkadian
akṣu - dangerous, overbearing, terrible (CAD A₁ 282)
Akkadian
aḳrabu - scorpion (CAD A₂ 207, AHw. 62)
The term is rightly thought to be a WS loan in both dictionaries. See further von Soden 1957–8: 393.
Akkadian
alāku - to go; to move; to proceed (CAD A₁ 300, AHw. 31)
Akkadian
algamešu - a kind of mineral, steatite(?) (CAD A₁ 337)
Var. algamisu/algamišu.
Akkadian
allānu - oak (CAD A₁ 354, AHw. 37)
a Semitic loanword in Sumerian: al-la-núm (PSD A/3 151–52)
Akkadian
almattu - widow (CAD A₁ 362, AHw. 38)
Akkadian
alpu - bull, ox; (head) of cattle; beef (CAD A₁ 364, AHw. 38)
Akkadian
ālu - city; village, manor, estate; citadel (CAD A₁ 379)
Akkadian
alu - a fine breed of sheep (CAD A₁ 374, AHw. 39)
Var. elu.
AHw. 39: ālu, yālu. Emr. e-lu ‘ram’ (Pentiuc 2001: 48).
Akkadian
-am/-nim - to me, for me (dative pronominal suffix, 1 sg.) (GAG § 42 g)