boord

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From Proto-Germanic *bordaz

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boord m (plural boorden, diminutive boordje n)

  1. border, boundary
  2. shore, bank

boord m, n (plural boorden, diminutive boordje n)

  1. collar (of a shirt)
    witte boorden: the white-collar class
  2. (nautical) a collective term used for both sides of a ship (the starboard and the port)
  3. the entire ship
    aan boord: on board, aboard

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