Akkadian

banû - to be beautiful; to act like a nobleman (CAD B 90, AHw. 102)

Adjective: banû ‘beautiful, good’.
Derived words: babbanû ‘of good quality, beautiful, pleasant, friendly, excellent’ (CAD B 7, AHw. 94); babbanûtu ‘excellence (?)’ (CAD B 7, AHw. 94); banītu ‘good treatment, reward; favorable, laudatory words; good fortune’ (CAD B 80); bānû - creator, begetter (CAD B 94, AHw. 103); banûtu ‘beauty; good breeding, fine bearing’ (CAD B 95, AHw. 103); biniannu - form, figure (CAD B 238, AHw. 126); binītu - creation, creature (CAD B 238, AHw. 126); binûtu - make-up, form, figure, shape, structure, construction (CAD B 243, AHw. 127); bunnû ‘beautiful’ (CAD B 319, AHw. 138); mubannītu ‘Wohltäterin’ (AHw. 1575); mubannû ‘cook (who prepares, arranges and serves food to the gods), temple cook’ (CAD M₂ 158, AHw. 665); tabnītu ‘beautification’ (CAD T 29, AHw. 1299).

Comp. Arb. bny ‘to fatten one’s body, to make it large; to make one’s flesh grow (food)’.