usually two people who you ship. meaning that you either want them to become an item, kiss or enter into a romantic/sexual relationship or all of the above. usually when you ship someone, you smile when they interact somehow or become extremely giddy when they do something together.
(v.) to support or endorse a romantic paring that is not canon in the work(s) in which they appear. The shipping of couples is often the purpose of many fanfiction stories. Used for characters in anime, manga, video games, tv shows, etc.
A term when one person likes the idea of two people in a relationship. This term can be used on an actual couple or any two people someone may find good together. When someone "ships" two people they will most likely come up with a ship name for them. This is when you take the first names of the two people and mash them together (typically the male's name going first, although two males or two females can also be shipped).
Example: Person 1: Omg! They Kian and Andrea are so cute! I ship them!
Person 2: Me too! What is their ship name?
Person 1: Kiandrea!
1) A fictional relationship that is formed by the fandom of a, TV show/Anime (Nalu) , or two celebrities (jelena). Sometimes the character or celeb is married but still gets shipped with maybe a side character or a main one. Also the fandom will merge their names together (nalu) or place an x between them ( Natsu x lucy )
2) Basically a boat.
Example: 1) OMG I shipNalu soooooooo much what are you talking about!
Weirdly, everyone seems to see this as an abbreviation of "relationship", and use it to profess a desire for two people to couple or "pair up". Whoever started popular use of this his having a giggle on all of you, as the proper derivation of it is simply