Words

Akkadian
biˀāru - (a desease, probably a spot on the skin) (CAD B 217, AHw. 124)
Hapax. Probably related to PWS *bhr 'to be clear, to shine' (cf. Hbr. bahärät “white spot on the skin”. HALOT 112).
Akkadian
bibbu - wild sheep (CAD B 21, AHw. 124)
Akkadian
bibinakku - (a bird) (CAD B 219, AHw. 124)
No etymology can be suggested, most probably of foreign origin.
Akkadian
bibinnu - temple (?) (CAD B 219, AHw. 124)
Or bibēnu.
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bibirru - a disease (CAD B 219, AHw. 124)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bībītu - (a disease) (CAD B 219, AHw. 124)
Var.: bībiḫtu. No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bibrû - (a bird; a vessel) (CAD B 222, AHw. 125)
From Sum. BIBRA 'a bird; a drinking cup in the shape of a bibra-bird' (PSD B 151, Veldhuis 2004:224).
Akkadian
bibu - baby (?) (CAD B 223, AHw. 125)
Most probably a Lallwort (CAD B 223).
Akkadian
bidālu - (a class of people) (CAD B 223, AHw. 1548)
An Ugaritic word (= alphabetic bdl). Further etymology unclear.
Akkadian
biḫīru - a soldier (SAD 1 31)
Hapax. No definitive etymology can be suggested.