Words

Akkadian
bubūtu - axle (CAD B 302, AHw. 135)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
būbūtu - hunger (CAD B 301, AHw. 135)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
būbuˀtu, buˀbuˀtu, būbūtu, būbuttu - boil, pustule (CAD B 300, AHw. 135, 1549)
Akkadian
buddudu - to waste, to squander (CAD B 303, AHw 95, 1549)
As argued by von Soden (AHw 95, von Soden 1947:444) and Landsberger 1965:57, the Akkadian verb is semantically well compatible with PWS *bdd ‘to divide, to separate’.
Akkadian
budduru - (a reed object) (CAD B 303, AHw. 135)
Or. bunduru, butturu, buṭṭuru. No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
būdu - shoulder (CAD B 303, AHw. 136)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
budūḫu - (a festival?) (CAD B 305)
Or pudūḫu, b/puduḫḫu. Probably of foreign origin.
Akkadian
budulḫu - bdellium (CAD B 305, AHw. 136)
Var. bidurḫu, buddarḫu.
A foreign origin is not in doubt, but the exact etymological source remains to be elicited.
Akkadian
buduššu - (an agricultural implement) (CAD B 306, AHw 136, CDA 47)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
buginnu - trough, bucket (a watertight container made of reeds or wood for holding liquids) (CAD B 306, AHw. 136)
Var. bukinnu, buninnu.
From Sum. BUGIN “bucket, trough” (PSD B 172).