Words

Akkadian
bardû - crosspiece (CAD B 110, AHw. 106)

From Sum. BAR.DA “crosspiece, crossbar” (PSD B 117).

Akkadian
barittannu - (a color of horses) (CAD B 112, AHw. 107)

Or. paridannu.
Probably a Hurrian word of an ultimate Indo-European (Mitanni-Aryan) origin.

Akkadian
baritu - (ein Gegenstand aus Gold) (AHw. 107)

Or paritu.
No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
barsallu - (a kind of sheep) (CAD B 113, AHw. 107)

From Sum. BAR.SAL (describing a sheep, PSD B 125).

Akkadian
barsillu - (a garment) (CAD B 113, AHw. 1547)

The origin of Akk. barsillu (the reading barsīlu is also possible) is obscure.

Akkadian
barsillû - (a type of pot) (CAD B 113, AHw. 1547)

The Akk. word is attested once in a late lexical list (if the restoration is correct) where it corresponds to Sum. (dug)BAR.si-il-la “cracked pot” (cf. PSD B 128, Sallaberger 1996, 98). The exact pronunciation of the Akk. word is uncertain. It appears to be a late “learned” borrowing from Sumerian (III or later).

Akkadian
baršu - (a cereal) (SAD I)

According to Limet 1976, 24, it could be a loanword from Sum. BAR.SI 'an emmer flour' (PSD B 127).

Akkadian
baru - (a cereal) (CAD B 115, AHw. 108)

Or bāru, barru. No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
bâru - to stay firm, stable, in good health; to become certain, proved, certified (CAD B 125, AHw. 108)

No definitive etymology can be suggested. The Akkadian verb has been usually identified with Hbr. bˀr (pi.) “to explain, to elucidate” (HALOT 106), JPA bˀr (pa.) “to explain, to interpret” (DJPA 83). Of interest is also Arb. bwr “to try, to prove by experiment or experience, to examine” (Lane 274).

Akkadian
basāmu - to please (CDA 50)

Cf. bussumu 'pleasant' (CDA 50).