Reconstructions

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*bVl- - kind of small bird (SED II No. 60)
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*bll - to mix (EDA B 38)
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*blṭ - to live, to escape (Kogan 2015: 85)

The root plṭ, attested with the meaning “to escape” in Ugaritic, Hebrew and Aramaic, must be related in spite of the phonological irregularity. More problematic is Arb. flt ‘to escape’, usually compared as well (Fronzaroli 1965b:250, 263, 267 and elsewhere)
(Kogan 2015: 85)

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*bly - to be old, worn out (CDG 98; Kogan 2015: 184)

Connection with ESA blyt 'to be buried suggested by W. Müller (1962: 29, 1963: 307) is doubtful (CDG 98)

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*bin- - son (Kogan 2014: 89, Kogan 2015: 398)

Akkadian reflexes of *bin- (binu, bintu and bunu, buntu in AHw. 127, 138) are so marginal that make one suspect a WS import (Kogan 2011: 235).

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*bin-(a)t- - daughter (Kogan 2014: 89, Kogan 2015: 398)

PS (Kogan 2014) or PWS (Kogan 2015)?
Akkadian reflexes of *bin- (binu, bintu and bunu, buntu in AHw. 127, 138) are so marginal that make one suspect a WS import (Kogan 2011: 235).

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*bVnṯ̣ur- - clitoris, vagina (SED I No. 37, Kogan 2011: 219)

Reliable, though attested only in Akk. and Arb. Note a variety of forms in Arb.

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*bny - to build (EDA B N65)
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*bar- - kind of bird (SED II No. 61)
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*bur- - kind of insect (SED II No. 62)