English word onboard comes from English on board.
Onboard detailed word origin explanation
|on board || English (eng) ||(idiomatic) Agreeing or supporting.. (idiomatic) Joining in or participating.. On or in a means of transportation. On a vehicle or vessel; aboard. |
|onboard || English (eng) ||(by extension, figurative) Being a part of, being included in, participating in. Carried or used on or in a vehicle or vessel (figurative) To become a part of a group; to incorporate (someone) into a group.. (figurative) To begin to use a product or service; to take (someone) on as a new customer of a product or service. On or in a vehicle or vessel; aboard; on board. |
Words with the same origin as onboard