To intertwine (the branches of living trees or shrubs) so as to form a hedge, archway, etc.
Webster's New World
To shade or border with interlaced branches or vines.
Origin of Pleach
Middle English plechen from Old North French plechier probably from Latin plectere plek- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From an Old French variant of plessier (“plash"), from Proto-Romance plessier, from Latin plectō (“weave, plait").
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