Words

Akkadian
bēlu - lord (CAD B 191, AHw. 118)
Akkadian
bennu - (a kinship term) (CAD B 206, AHw. 122)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bennu - (a type of epilepsy) (CAD B 205, AHw. 122)
Cf. bennūtu 'epileptic fit'? (SAD I).
No etymology can be suggested (Stol 1993, 5).
Akkadian
berâtu - swamps, lagoons (CAD B 206, AHw. 122, CDA 43)
Var. birâtu, bērātu. The relation of BI-ra-a-ti (a kind of reservoir) to *baḥr- is uncertain (Kogan 2011: 192).
Akkadian
beˀru - elite troops (CAD B 211, AHw. 122)
Variants: baˀru, bēru, biˀru No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bēru - remote, distant (CAD), klar, deutlich (AHw.) (CAD B 207, AHw. 130)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bêšu - to depart, to move away, to part company, to fork, to produce a bifurcation (CAD B 214, AHw. 123)
Var.: beˀāšu. No definitive etymology can be suggested. Cf. perhaps JBA bḥš “to stir, to shake; to search” (DJBA 196), Syr. bḥaš “agitavit, movit, excitavit” (LSyr. 66), Mnd. bhš “to search, to examine” (MD 54). Alternatively, cf. Syr. bˁt (af.) “excitavit” (LSyr. 85), Arb. bˁṯ “to send; to raise, to excite, to put in motion or action” (Lane 222).
Akkadian
betātu - (a decoration used on garments and leather objects) (CAD B 214, AHw. 115)
Or battatu. No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
beˀu - (a bird) (CAD B 215, AHw. 124)
Hapax. No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
beˀˀulātu, bûlātu - capital (CAD B 215, AHw. 124)