From Sum. PARA₁₀.SI-ga “socle” (PSD B 145).
Derived words: birṣu (a luminous phenomenon) (CAD B 260, AHw. 129).
Derived words: baršu 'describing the hair as growing in patches' (CAD B 113, AHw. 107); biršu 'teaseled nap of a woolen fabric' (CAD B 261, AHw. 129); burrušu 'with hair growing in patches' (CAD B 332, AHw. 140).
Seems to be an “erroneous” borrowing from Sum. BAR.DUL₅(TUG₂) '(a garment)' (PSD B 119; the sign TUG₂ was probably misread as DIB, cf. CAD B 113b; Veenhof 1972, 162, fn. 276).
No definitive etymology can be suggested. According to Kouwenberg (apud SAD I 12), ba-ar-di₂-ti₂ and bar-di₂-ti₂ may represent a by-form of Akk. wardatu “girl”.
From Sum. BAR.DA “crosspiece, crossbar” (PSD B 117).
Probably a Hurrian word of an ultimate Indo-European (Mitanni-Aryan) origin.
No etymology can be suggested.
From Sum. BAR.SAL (describing a sheep, PSD B 125).
The origin of Akk. barsillu (the reading barsīlu is also possible) is obscure.