UlquiHime, for those who love a good case of Stockholm Syndrome. There's also GrimmHime as well. Not to mention Ishigo and Ichida and another 'easy' round of "guess the pairing". It usually goes by the code name IchiIshi, though. Damn you, The Prince of Tennis fandom. So many of these, and we haven't even gotten to all the freaking " insert cutesy adjective Pair " ones.
Loads and Loads of Characters , loads and loads of pairings, and hence loads and loads of this. Kuroh's name is styled to match in the ship name.
Seishirou and Subaru are often referred to as SeiSub. More common and obvious examples are: This also works well with the FrUK name when it comes to fan wars. You know the deal If you take the common view that Belarus tops Russia, the most obvious portmanteau of their names would be Brings a whole new meaning to Belarus wanting her brother to become one with her, doesn't it?
Then again, her name literally means "White Russia", so And then there are the Crack Pairings that have arisen out of the holiday events: And just the ones with next to no backing at all: Just had to throw that in because it sounds pretty cool.
In the GBA game Jagan Fuuin for example, bangin is a gameplay item that increases said duo's compatibility. This was coined by a Big Name Fan as a parody of silly portmanteau ship names, but her readers picked it up and started using it mostly unironically. This name actually gets featured in-universe with Greta naming one of her pets Yuuram, after the two daddies who adopted her, as well as it being the title of an episode.
Averted in Ayashi no Ceres. Well you could write it as Ayato or Toaya. Beyblade had a fair few of these back when the Slash Fic -ers were at their most active. Kinda easy to make shipping names out of their names. From Nabari no Ou: Dragon Ball has several of these; it helps that Portmanteau names are canon when charcters merge via Fusion Dance , so it's an easy jump for the fandom.
In light of Android 18's original name, Lazulin or Krilzuli may be suggestible.