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Origin of starboard

before 900; Middle English sterbord (noun), Old English stēorbord, equivalent to stēor steering (see steer1) + bord side (see board)
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British Dictionary definitions for starboard

starboard
/ (ˈstɑːbəd, -ˌbɔːd) /

noun
the right side of an aeroplane or vessel when facing the nose or bowCompare port 2
adjective
relating to or on the starboard
verb
to turn or be turned towards the starboard

Word Origin for starboard

Old English stēorbord, literally: steering side, from stēor steering paddle + bord side; see steer 1, board; from the fact that boats were formerly steered by a paddle held over the right-hand side
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