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borde (1) m. (Noun) "border"
15th cent. Borrowed from French bord "border," "side (of a ship);" probably from Dutch bord "plank" From Proto-Germanic *burzda- "board" (Kroonen 2014). Of unknown origin, presumably borrowed from a non-Indo-European language.
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Gothic -baurd "stool," Old Norse borð, Old English bord (English board)