Words

Akkadian
būru - (a type of song) (CAD B 343)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
burû - reed mat (CAD B 339, AHw. 141)
Akkadian
būru - (a synonym for sky) (CAD B 343)
Or pūru.
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
būru - well; hole, pit (CAD B 335, 342, AHw. 141)
Var. būrtu.
Akkadian
burubalû - (a type of snake) (CAD B 344, AHw. 142)
The word seems to be of Sumerian origin, but the etymon is obscure.
Akkadian
burzaraš - (a color and designation of horses) (CAD B 345, AHw. 142)
Or purzaraš.
While it is likely that the word penetrated into Akkadian from Kassite, its ultimate origin is uncertain.
Akkadian
burziburzi - (a leather strap) (CAD B 345, AHw. 142)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
burzidunbarakku - (a container with a lip or spout) (CAD B 345, AHw. 142)
Probably a “learned” loanword from Sumerian. The Sum. word does not seem to be attested outside lexical lists (see PSD B 190 for the references). It appears to be a genitive phrase consisting of BUR.ZI (a type of bowl) (PSD B 189) and TUN₃.BAR (of unclear interpretation).
Akkadian
burzigallu - (a large bowl or platter) (CAD B 345, AHw. 142)
Probably, we are dealing with a late (perhaps “learned”) loanword from Sumerian. The Sum. word is virtually unattested outside lexical lists (see PSD B 189). It consists of BUR.ZI (a type of bowl) (PSD B 189) and GAL “big”.
Akkadian
burzisilabandû - (a pot holding one small sila) (CAD B 346)
Occurs once in a late lexical list, corresponding to Sum. (dug)BUR.ZI.SILA₃.BANDA₃-da. The exact pronunciation of the Akk. word is unknown. Probably a “learned” loanword from Sumerian.