From an Old French variant of plessier (“plash”), from Proto-Romance plessier, from Latin plectō (“weave, plait”).
pleach (third-person singular simple present pleaches, present participle pleaching, simple past and past participle pleached)
- (transitive) To unite by interweaving, as branches of trees; to plash; to interlock.
to unite by interweaving
- Russian: переплетать (ru) (perepletátʼ) n, сплетать (ru) (spletátʼ) n