Words

Akkadian
bidālu - (a class of people) (CAD B 223, AHw. 1548)

An Ugaritic word (= alphabetic bdl). Further etymology unclear.

Akkadian
billu - (a stone) (CAD B 229, AHw. 126)

No definitive etymology can be suggested. Perhaps a by-form of pīlu “limestone”.

Akkadian
bīnu - tamarisk (CAD B 239, AHw. 127)
Akkadian
bīnu - (a type of garment) (SAD I)

Or pīnu. No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
BI-ra-a-ti - (a kind of reservoir) (CAD B 206, Kogan 2011:192)

the relation to *baḥr- is uncertain

Akkadian
birbaṣu - (a plant) (CAD B 245, AHw. 1548)

No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
birdu - pockmark, pockmarked person (CAD B 246, AHw. 128)

To be compared with Hbr. bārōd “spotted, dappled”, Syr. bārdā “fuscus, lividus; maculates, varius”, Arb. ˀabrad- “a bull upon which there are spots, or patches, of white and black; the leopard” (Lane 186).

Akkadian
birīdu - (a jewel) (SAD I)

Or pirīdu.
No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
birku - knee, lap (CAD B 255, AHw. 129)
Akkadian
birḳu - lightning (CAD B 258, AHw. 122)