|satama englanniksi||port, harbour|
*: peering in maps for ports and piers and roads
: on the port side
: Port your helm!
*: And whan he cam to the porte of the pavelon, Sir Palomydes seyde an hyghe, ‘Where art thou, Sir Trystram de Lyones?’
*: Long were it to describe the goodly frame, / And stately port of Castle Joyeous [...].
: Him I accuse/The city ports by this hath enterd — [[w:William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]], [[w:Coriolanus (play)|Coriolanus]] (1623), [[s:The_Tragedy_of_Coriolanus
: And from their ivory port the Cherubim,/Forth issuing at the accustomed hour, — [[w:John Milton|Milton]], [[w:Paradise Lost|Paradise Lost]] (1667), [[s:Paradise Lost/Book IV|book IV]]
: ...her ports being within sixteen inches of the water... — [[w:Walter Raleigh|Sir W. Raleigh]]
: They are easily ported by boat into other shires. — [[w:Thomas Fuller|Fuller]], The History of the Worthies of England
: Port arms!
: ...the angelic squadron...began to hem him round with ported spears. — [[w:John Milton|Milton]], [[w:Paradise Lost|Paradise Lost]] (1667), [[s:Paradise Lost/Book IV|book IV]]
*: And of his port as meeke as is a mayde.
*: Those same with stately grace, and princely port / She taught to tread, when she her selfe would grace ...
*: the necessities of pomp, grandeur, and a suitable port in the world
: Gamers cant wait until a port of the title is released on the new system.
: The latest port of the database software is the worst since we made the changeover.
*: As they left the classroom, Jennifer pointed at the shelves lining the veranda. “Put your port in there.”
*: “What?” asked Penny.
*: “Your port - your school bag, silly. It goes in there.”
*: No, she just paid up proper-like t the end of the week, an orf she went with er port, down t the station, I suppose.----
: The neighbourhood is a well-known harbour for petty thieves.
: The city has an excellent natural harbour.
: The docks, which once harboured tall ships, now harbour only petty thieves.
*: The bare suspicion made it treason to harbour the person suspected.
*: Let not your gentle breast harbour one thought of outrage.
: That scientist harbours the belief that God created humans.