Words

Akkadian
bīru - bull, young cattle (CAD B 266, AHw. 130)
Akkadian
bisru (bišru) - (a kind of leek) (CAD B 268, AHw. 130)

explained as ú.garaš.túl.la.sar in the Practical Vocabulary of Assur, s. Landsberger et Gurney 1957–58, p. 337.

Akkadian
biṣiltu - a leather container for oil (CAD B 268, AHw. 130)
Akkadian
bišru - baby (CAD B 270)

May be connected with PWS *baŝar- 'meat'.
mê bišrim ‘amniotic fluid’ was interpreted as ‘water of the baby’ in Michel 1997: 63–64

Akkadian
biṣṣūru - vulva, female genitals (CAD B 268, AHw. 131)
Akkadian
bubuˀtu - inflammation, boil, pustule (CAD B 300; AHw. 135)
Akkadian
bukru - firstborn (CAD B 309, AHw. 137)
Akkadian
buḳlu - malt (CAD B 323, AHw. 139)
Akkadian
burāšu - juniper (AHw. 139, CAD B 326)

cf. Kogan 2012: 242

Akkadian
burru - (a cereal) (CAD B 330, AHw. 140)

Bottéro 1957, pp. 251–52; Talon 1997, p. 140; Krebernik 2001, p. 234; Kogan 2012, p. 246 (perhaps a West Semitism)