ship

ship·en·tine;
ship·less;
ship·man;
ship·ment;
ship·pa·ble;
ship·page;
ship·pen;
ship·per;
ship·pon;
show·man·ship;
sib·ship;
sis·ter·ship;
siz·ar·ship;
skip·per·ship;
sol·dier·ship;
so·lic·i·tor·ship;
son·ship;
space·ship;
speak·er·ship;
spec·ta·tor·ship;
spokes·man·ship;
spon·sor·ship;
sports·man·ship;
squire·ship;
stadt·hold·er·ship;
star·ship;
states·man·ship;
steersman·ship;
stew·ard·ship;
stranger·ship;
stu·dent·ship;
subject·ship;
suc·ces·sor·ship;
suf·fra·gan·ship;
sul·tan·ship;
su·per·in·tend·ent·ship;
su·per·vi·sor·ship;
sure·ty·ship;
sur·vey·or·ship;
sur·vi·vor·ship;
su·ze·rain·ship;
swordsman·ship;
tai·lor·ship;
task·mas·ter·ship;
teach·er·ship;
tenant·ship;
ter·tian·ship;
thane·ship;
town·ship;
trad·er·ship;
trail·er·ship;
trai·tor·ship;
trans·ship;
trans·ship·ment;
trea·sur·er·ship;
trea·sury·ship;
tribune·ship;
trust·ee·ship;
tu·tor·ship;
twin·ship;
umpire·ship;
un·cle·ship;
undergraduate·ship;
undersecretary·ship;
un·ship;
ush·er·ship;
ver·der·er·ship;
vicar-general·ship;
vic·ar·ship;
vice·roy·ship;
vice-treasurer·ship;
vi·zier·ship;
voivode·ship;
war·den·ship;
war·der·ship;
ward·ship;
war·rior·ship;
wa·ter·man·ship;
work·man·ship;
wor·ship·able;
wor·ship·er;
wor·ship·ful;
wor·ship·ing·ly;
wor·ship·less;
writ·er·ship;
ex·tern·ship;
grants·man·ship;
-man·ship;
train·ee·ship;
up·man·ship;
viewer·ship;
words·man·ship;
fel·low·ship;
ship·shape;
ship·wreck;
wor·ship;
as·sign·ee·ship;
at·tor·ney·ship;
bai·liff·ship;
crafts·man·ship;
cue·man·ship;
deem·ster·ship;
do·cent·ship;
doge·ship;
draft·man·ship;
in·terne·ship;
lec·tor·ship;
mor·ma·er·ship;
mor·ma·or·ship;
om·buds·man·ship;
par·ti·zan·ship;
pre·tor·ship;
ra·jah·ship;
ri·fle·man·ship;
ser·jeant·ship;
su·bah·ship;
thegn·ship;
tran·ship·ment;
voi·vod·ship;
wor·ship·ful·ly;
wor·ship·ful·ness;
wor·ship·per;
wor·ship·ping·ly;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Ship — Ship, n. [OE. ship, schip, AS. scip; akin to OFries. skip, OS. scip, D. schip, G. schiff, OHG. scif, Dan. skib, Sw. skeep, Icel. & Goth. skip; of unknown origin. Cf. {Equip}, {Skiff}, {Skipper}.] 1. Any large seagoing vessel. [1913 Webster] Like… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ship — [ʆɪp] noun PROPERTY ORGANIZATIONS Safe Home Income Plans association; an official organization in Britain that represents and controls companies who provide Hip S: • the Ship code of practice * * * Ⅰ …   Financial and business terms

  • ship — [ship] n. [ME < OE scip, akin to Ger schiff, ON skip < IE * skeib < * skei , to cut, separate (> L scindere, to cut), extension of base * sek , to cut (> SAW1): basic sense “hollowed out tree trunk”] 1. any water vehicle of… …   English World dictionary

  • Ship — (englisch Schiff ) steht für CAM Ship, britisches Handelsschiff im 2. Weltkrieg Cleanest Ship Projekt der Energiegesellschaft BP E Ship Frachtschiff Federal German Ship (Schiff der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ) FGS Schiffe der Deutschen Marine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ship — Ship, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Shipped}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Shipping}.] 1. To put on board of a ship, or vessel of any kind, for transportation; to send by water. [1913 Webster] The timber was . . . shipped in the bay of Attalia, from whence it was by… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ship — ► NOUN 1) a large seagoing boat. 2) a sailing vessel with a bowsprit and three or more square rigged masts. 3) a spaceship. 4) N. Amer. an aircraft. ► VERB (shipped, shipping) 1) transport on …   English terms dictionary

  • Ship — (в переводе с англ.  корабль ) многозначный термин: The Ship компьютерная игра в жанре FPS Ship Simulator 2006 игра симулятор гражданских кораблей Freedom Ship корабль, называемый городом на море Delivered Ex Ship условие договора… …   Википедия

  • Ship — Ship, v. i. 1. To engage to serve on board of a vessel; as, to ship on a man of war. [1913 Webster] 2. To embark on a ship. Wyclif (Acts xxviii. 11) [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ship — Ship, n. [AS. scipe.] Pay; reward. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] In withholding or abridging of the ship or the hire or the wages of servants. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -ship — [OE. schipe, AS. scipe; akin to OFries. skipe, OLG. skepi, D. schap, OHG. scaf, G. schaft. Cf. {Shape}, n., and {Landscape}.] A suffix denoting state, office, dignity, profession, or art; as in lordship, friendship, chancellorship, stewardship,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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