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PLASH, noun [Gr. superabundant moisture.]

1. A small collection of standing water; a puddle.

2. The branch of a tree partly cut or lopped and bound to other branches.

PLASH, verb intransitive To dabble in water; usually splash.

PLASH, verb transitive [Latin plico, to fold.] To interweave branches; as, to plash a hedge or quicksets. [In New England, to splice.]