The definition of a braid is an interweaving of three or more strips of something.(noun)
An example of a braid is a popular hair style.
Braid means to weave together three or more strips of something.(verb)
An example of braid is to use several strips of cloth to interweave strips to make a rug.
See braid in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME breiden, to dart, twist, pull < OE bregdan, to move quickly < IE base *bhere-, to gleam, flash > bream, ON bra, eyelid
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verb braid·ed, braid·ing, braids verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English braiden
Origin: , from Old English bregdan, to weave.
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