Words

Akkadian
bīru - bull, young cattle (CAD B 266, AHw. 130)
Akkadian
bīru - mile (a measure of length – over l0 kilometers – used for measuring long distances); 2. double hour (twelfth part of a full day); 3. twelfth part of the circle (30°) (CAD B 208, AHw. 130)

Var. bēru.
No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
bis - then (CAD B 268, AHw. 130)

No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
bisru - (a kind of leek) (CAD B 268, AHw. 130)

Var. bišru.
No convincing Semitic etymology detected.

Akkadian
biṣiltu - a leather container for oil (CAD B 268, AHw. 130)

No definitive etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
biṣru - (mng. uncert.) (CAD B 268)

No etymology can be suggested.

Akkadian
biṣru - (a type of bag) (CAD B 268, AHw. 1548)

Or bisru, bizru.

Akkadian
biṣṣūru - vulva, female genitals (CAD B 268, AHw. 131)
Akkadian
bišbišu - pith (CAD B 269, AHw. 131)

An eventual relationship to widely attested Ethiopian root *b-s-b-s “to be damp, wet” is not to be ruled out, assuming that the inner part of the fresh reed is described as something wet and soft: Gez. basbasa 'to be wet, drenched' etc.

Akkadian
bišimtu - product, shape (CAD B 269, AHw. 131)

Var. bišemtu, bišittu. No etymology can be suggested.