Definition of port:
- A dark purple wine from Portugal.
- A gate; an entrance; a harbour; a safe station for ships; the left side of a ship.
- The larboard or left side of a ship, as, " the ship heels to port"- that is, inclines to the left or larboard side; the manner in which a person bears himself; carriage; demeanour; air.
- To carry a rifle or firearm in a slanting direction upwards across the body in front, as in the military command, " to port arms"; among seamen, to turn or put to the left side of a ship, as, " port the helm"- that is, " put the helm over to the larboard side of the ship.".
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- left side (part of speech: noun)
- wine (part of speech: noun)
- left-side (part of speech: adjective)
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