# Better lower bounds than 3n for non-boolean functions?

Blum's $3n-o(n)$ lower bound is the best known circuit lower bound over the complete basis for an explicit function $f : \{0,1\}^n \to \{0,1\}$, cf. Jukna's answer to this question for related results.

What are the best known lower bounds if the range of $f$ is $\{0,1\}^m$? In particular, do we get anything better for $m = n$, or for $m = 2$?

According to the paper A $5n − o(n)$ Lower Bound on the Circuit Size over $U_2$ of a Linear Boolean Function by Kulikov, Melanich, and Mihajlin, when $m=o(n)$ there are no lower bounds known better than $3n - o(n)$. It also outlines a method for obtaining functions for which a $4n - o(n)$ lower bound holds, when $m=n$, based on a result of Lamagne and Savage.