a Berber language, the language of the Shluh.
noun 1. a person who serves with another on the same vessel. noun 1. a sailor who serves on the same ship as another
noun 1. an act or instance of shipping freight or cargo. 2. a quantity of freight or cargo shipped at one time. 3. something that is shipped. noun 1. goods shipped together as part of the same lot: a shipment of grain (as modifier): a shipment schedule 2. the act of shipping cargo
- Ship money
noun 1. (English history) a tax levied to finance the fitting out of warships: abolished 1640
noun 1. a nation or its affairs likened to a ship under sail. ship of state The nation, as in We can’t help but wonder who will be steering our ship of state a hundred years from now. This metaphoric expression was first recorded in English in a translation of Niccolò Machiavelli’s The Prince (1675).