Backbord

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 Backbord on German Wikipedia

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German backbort, bakbort (15th c.). Compare Dutch bakboord (1599), Old English bæcbord (ca. 885).

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Backbord n (genitive Backbords or Backbordes, plural Backborde)

  1. port (the left side of a ship when facing the fore)

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