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Oxford dictionary definition of the word port:
a town or city with a harbour or access to navigable water where ships load or unload:
the French port of Toulon
[in place names]:
Belfast’s port facilities
any port in a storm
proverb in adverse circumstances one welcomes any source of relief or escape:
Dora’s eye fell on him—any port in a storm
port of call
a place where a ship stops on a voyage.
a point, typically one of a series, at which one stops briefly or to which one has recourse during a journey or procedure:
his last port of call that day was the bank
port of entry
a harbour or airport where customs officers are stationed to oversee people and goods entering or leaving a country.
Old English, from Latin portus ‘haven, harbour’, reinforced in Middle English by Old French