a gentle splash.
a pool or puddle.
verb (used with or without object)
to splash gently.
verb (used with object)
a less common word for splash
another word for pleach
“small puddle, shallow pool, wet ground,” Old English plæsc “pool of water, puddle,” probably imitative (cf. Dutch plass “pool”). Meaning “noise made by splashing” is first recorded 1510s.
“to splash,” 1580s, from plash (n.) and also imitative (cf. Dutch plassen, German platschen). Related: Plashed; plashing.
“to interlace,” late 15c., from Old French plaissier, from Latin plectere “to plait” (see complex (adj.)). Related: Plashed; plashing.
[plak] /plæk/ noun 1. a thin, flat plate or tablet of metal, porcelain, etc., intended for ornament, as on a wall, or set in a piece of furniture. 2. an inscribed commemorative tablet, usually of metal placed on a building, monument, or the like. 3. a platelike brooch or ornament, especially one worn as the […]
n. in Irish music, “harp tune of a sportive and animated character” [OED], 1790, of unknown origin, evidently not a native Irish word; some suggest ultimate derivation from Latin plangere “to strike, beat” (see plague (n.)). See also [Katrin Thier, “Of Picts and Penguins — Celtic Languages in the New Edition of the OED,” in […]
noun 1. (def 4).
planum pla·num (plā’nəm) n. pl. pla·na (-nə) A plane or flat surface.