planish definition by Webster's New World
Origin: ; from Middle French planiss-, extended stem of planir, to flatten ; from plan, flat: see plan
- planisher noun
planish definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb plan·ished, plan·ish·ing, plan·ish·es
Origin: Middle English *planishen, from Old French planir, planiss-, to make smooth, from plan, level, from Latin plānus; see pelə-2 in Indo-European roots.
- planˈish·er noun