Words

Akkadian
bābānu - 1. outside, 2. personnel stationed outside the palace (CAD B 7; AHw 94)
Akkadian
babbilu - bearer (as agricultural worker), tenant farmer (CAD B 8)
Akkadian
babbu - baby (CAD B 27, AHw 95, EDA I 382)
CAD, AHw.: bābu.
Perhaps a WS word attested once in the left column of Malku. The only direct WS parallel seems to be Arb. babb- = ʔal-ġulāmu s-samīnu (TA 2 42).
Akkadian
babrunnu - brown (CAD B 9, AHw. 94)
Probably a Hurrian word of an ultimate Indo-European (Mitanni-Aryan) origin.
Akkadian
bābtu - quarter of a city, neighborhood, ward (as subdivision of a city's population) (CAD B 9; AHw 94)
Akkadian
bābu - gate, door (CAD B 14, AHw 95)
The origin of the lexeme is uncertain.
Akkadian
badāḳu - to repair (SAD I)
Akkadian
badāmu - (mng. unkn.) (CAD B 27)
The Sumerian correspondence suggests a meaning like “to live” or “to lie down, to pasture” for baTāmu, for which no etymological support could be found.
Akkadian
badāšu - (mng. unkn.) (CAD B 27, AHw. 95, CDA 35)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
baddu - (a military rank) (CAD B 27, AHw. 95)
Cf. Hebr. bad 'oracle priest'.