éḳreʰ (du. eḳríti, pl. i(ľ)ḳárhen)
édof ˁag díˀʸheʰ ḷe-ˀéṣrɛhɛ men ḥáṣ̌ḥɛṣ̌ wa-ḥéraṭ ḥánžɛhɛr men iḳárhen ‘The man took his knife-case from his belt and pulled his dagger from the scabbard.’ (CSOL II 7:9)
Сf. perhaps Arb. waqr- ‘cleft in a hoof’.