Words

Akkadian
azû - to produce unnatural sounds (CAD A₂ 528, AHw. 92)

Var. ḫazû, asû.
In AHw. 92 translated as ‘seufzen, jappen’.

Akkadian
azupīru - a garden plant used as a spice and for medicinal purposes (CAD A₂ 530)
Akkadian
- water(?) (CAD B 1, AHw. 93)

Attested once in Malku, equated to Akk. mû “water”.

Akkadian
baˀālu - to be exceptionally big, bright; to be in force, forceful (CAD B 1, AHw. 93, SAD I 1)

No definitive etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
baˀālu - to pray to, to beseech, to supplicate (CAD B 2, AHw. 101)

Var.: bâlu

Akkadian
baˀāru - to select, choose; to examine (CAD B 212, AHw. 122)

Var.: beʾāru, bêru, baḫāru (baḫāru is attested once in an unpublished letter from Mari).

Akkadian
baˀāru - to catch, to fish, to hunt (CAD B 2, AHw. 108)

Var.: bâru. Since Bittner 1911, 147, the Akkadian verb is thought to be related to Mhr. bîter “fischen” (Jahn 1902, 250, not in ML), Jib. ebtér “to hunt” (JL 32), Soq. bˁr “pêcher” (LS 92).

Akkadian
baˀāru - to stir up a revolt (CAD B 130, AHw. 108)

No etymology can be suggested. Cf. perhaps Arb. fwr “to boil; to be agitated, excited” (Lane 2457), even if the irregular correspondence of the labials is hard to explain.

Akkadian
baˀāšu - to smell bad, be of bad quality (CAD B 4, AHw. 94, SAD I 2)
Akkadian
babaltu - (a plant) (CAD B 6, AHw. 94)

Or babbaltu.
No etymology can be suggested.