starboard side

starboard side
The right side of an airplane when viewed from the rear with one’s face toward its nose. The left side is called the port side. See port side.

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  • Starboard — is the nautical term that refers to the right side of a vessel as perceived by a person on board a vessel and facing the bow (front). Overview The origin of the term comes from old boating practices. Before ships had rudders on their centerline,… …   Wikipedia

  • starboard — [stär′bərd, stär′bôrd΄] n. [ME sterbord < OE steorbord < steoran, to STEER1 (the old rudder being a large oar used on the right side of the ship) + bord: see BOARD] the right hand side of a ship, boat, or airplane as one faces forward:… …   English World dictionary

  • Starboard — Star board , v. t. (Naut.) To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel; as, to starboard the helm. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • starboard — [[t]stɑ͟ː(r)bə(r)d[/t]] ADJ In sailing, the starboard side of a ship is the right side when you are on it and facing towards the front. [TECHNICAL] He detected a ship moving down the starboard side of the submarine. Ant: port N UNCOUNT: usu to N… …   English dictionary

  • side — noun 1 flat surface of sth thin ADJECTIVE ▪ flip, reverse ▪ The reverse side of the coin has a picture of a flower. 2 either of the two parts of a place/object ADJECTIVE ▪ far, opposite …   Collocations dictionary

  • starboard —    Ao ao ākau.    ♦ Starboard ends of outrigger booms, muku (hence also starboard side of canoe).    ♦ Starboard hull of double canoe, wa a ākea, wa a kea …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • starboard tack — noun : the tack on which the wind comes from a sailing ship s starboard side …   Useful english dictionary

  • Starboard — Star board , a. (Naut.) Pertaining to the right hand side of a ship; being or lying on the right side; as, the starboard shrouds; starboard quarter; starboard tack. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • starboard — ► NOUN ▪ the side of a ship or aircraft on the right when one is facing forward. The opposite of PORT(Cf. ↑port). ► VERB ▪ turn (a ship or its helm) to starboard. ORIGIN Old English, «rudder side», because early Teutonic sailing vessels were… …   English terms dictionary

  • starboard — O.E. steorbord, lit. side on which a vessel was steered, from steor rudder, steering paddle (see STEER (Cf. steer) (v.)) + bord ship s side (see BOARD (Cf. board) (n.2)). Cf. O.N. stjornborði, Low Ger. stürbord, Ger …   Etymology dictionary

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