Words

Akkadian
bussānu - (mng. uncert.) (SAD I)
Or pusānu etc.
Akkadian
buššu - (a wild plant) (CAD B 351, AHw. 131)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
bušṭīṭu - woodworm (?) (CAD B 352, AHw. 143)
Var. bulṭītu, bulṭittu.
No convincing Semitic etymology has been detected.
Akkadian
buˀšu - a stinking plant (SAD 1 52)
No etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
buttatu - a rope (SAD I)
Or puttatu. No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
butturu - (verb, mng. uncert.) (AHw. 144)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
butturu - (qualifying horses) (CAD B 356, AHw. 144)
No definitive etymology can be suggested.
Akkadian
butumbu - (a topographical feature) (CAD B 356)
No etymology can be suggested. Probably of foreign origin.
Akkadian
buṭnu - terebinth (CAD B 358, AHw. 144)
Var. buṭumtu
Akkadian
buˀû - to look for, to search for (CAD B 360, AHw. 145)
Mostly in Babylonian and, remarkably, never in Old Assyrian, where šeˀāˀum is normally used instead (Kogan 2006c:195). CAD B 365 is right to point out that the meaning “to wish” for buˀˀû, widely attested in some peripheral varieties of Akkadian, is likely due to WS influence.