V: To hope two characters become involved in a romantic relationship. The origin is unknown, but most likely originated from the movie Titanic.
I ship LapiSteven.
Por TheFrankGrimes 19 de mayo de 2016
N: Short for romantic relationship, popularized in fanfiction circles.

V: To endorse a romantic relationship.

N: I see a 'ship developing between Rechelle and John Paul.
Ship: Rechelle Medina
Por grammatika 08 de abril de 2015
Camel of the seas
Due to their ability to carry cargos across vast distances ships are known as the Camels of the Seas...
Por zenrat 05 de agosto de 2010
When relationship, friendship, courtship or any other word ending in ship just doesn't suffice.
The two of them had been inseparable and helped each other out with so many things they were definitely in a ship.
Por Montana Jae 21 de diciembre de 2015
When you're so helplessly in love with two characters that you want them to bring happiness to each other.
"I ship Dean and Cas SO hard!"
Por DemonofHeaven 30 de junio de 2015
To ship means that you rate a couple that you think should be together but for whatever reason aren't at the current time you decide to ship them!
When you order something online it's because you like it so if you like two people that should be together you ship them just like you would have an online order shipped to you!
Por G-Unit Gang Gang we in this 27 de marzo de 2016
short for championships
we're going to ships!!
Por swagmaster__ 28 de febrero de 2015
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