Definition of Starboard. Meaning of Starboard. Synonyms of Starboard

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Definition of Starboard

Starboard
Starboard Star"board`, a. (Naut.) Pertaining to the right-hand side of a ship; being or lying on the right side; as, the starboard quarter; starboard tack.
Starboard
Starboard Star"board`, v. t. (Naut.) To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel; as, to starboard the helm.

Meaning of Starboard from wikipedia

- Port and starboard are nautical terms of orientation that deal unambiguously with the structure of vessels, referring respectively to the left and right...
- cl****. A po****r story derives the word as an acronym from "port out, starboard home", referring to nineteenth century first-cl**** cabins on ocean liners...
- Starboard Value is an American hedge fund that was founded in 2002 by Jeffrey Smith and Mark Mitc**** with Smith serving as CEO. Starboard Value began...
- The Hitachi Starboard is a line of interactive whiteboard products, interactive LCD panels, and tablet devices aimed at teachers and presenters made by...
- indicates the edge of the safe water channel in terms of port (left-hand) or starboard (right-hand). These directions are relative to the direction of buoyage;...
- Chief Executive Officer, Managing Member, and Chief Investment Officer of Starboard Value since April 2011. In 2014, William Cohan of Fortune called Smith...
- helmsman would be given the order "starboard helm" or "x degrees starboard". The ship's tiller was then moved to starboard, turning the rudder to the vessel's...
- of Anchor Foods, an Appleton-based distributor of frozen appetizers. Starboard Media Foundation, Inc. bought the license to a radio station in Kaukauna...
- first heard when Jack sees Rose for the first time on the deck. "Hard to Starboard" — This piece contains the ominous leitmotif ****ociated with the iceberg...
- situated immediately aft of the bridge, one to port and the other to starboard. While Titanic was at sea they were positioned outboard so that they could...
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