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plash

 (plăsh)
n.
1. A light splash.
2. The sound of a light splash.
v. plashed, plash·ing, plash·es
v.tr.
To spatter (liquid) about; splash.
v.intr.
To cause a light splash.

[Possibly from Middle English plashe, pool of water, from Old English plæsc.]

plash

(plæʃ)
vb, n
a less common word for splash
[Old English plæsc, probably imitative; compare Dutch plas]

plash

(plæʃ)
vb
(Horticulture) another word for pleach
[C15: from Old French plassier, from plais hedge, woven fence, from Latin plectere to plait; compare pleach]

plash

(plæʃ)

n.
1. a gentle splash.
2. a pool or puddle.
v.t., v.i.
3. to splash gently.
[before 1000; Middle English plasch pool, puddle, Old English plæsc; c. Dutch, Low German plas]
plash′ing•ly, adv.

Plash

 a heavy fall of rain or similar outpouring.
Examples: plash of rain, 1887; of sunlight, 1848; of water, 1851; of waterfowl, 1882.

plash


Past participle: plashed
Gerund: plashing

Imperative
plash
plash
Present
I plash
you plash
he/she/it plashes
we plash
you plash
they plash
Preterite
I plashed
you plashed
he/she/it plashed
we plashed
you plashed
they plashed
Present Continuous
I am plashing
you are plashing
he/she/it is plashing
we are plashing
you are plashing
they are plashing
Present Perfect
I have plashed
you have plashed
he/she/it has plashed
we have plashed
you have plashed
they have plashed
Past Continuous
I was plashing
you were plashing
he/she/it was plashing
we were plashing
you were plashing
they were plashing
Past Perfect
I had plashed
you had plashed
he/she/it had plashed
we had plashed
you had plashed
they had plashed
Future
I will plash
you will plash
he/she/it will plash
we will plash
you will plash
they will plash
Future Perfect
I will have plashed
you will have plashed
he/she/it will have plashed
we will have plashed
you will have plashed
they will have plashed
Future Continuous
I will be plashing
you will be plashing
he/she/it will be plashing
we will be plashing
you will be plashing
they will be plashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been plashing
you have been plashing
he/she/it has been plashing
we have been plashing
you have been plashing
they have been plashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been plashing
you will have been plashing
he/she/it will have been plashing
we will have been plashing
you will have been plashing
they will have been plashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been plashing
you had been plashing
he/she/it had been plashing
we had been plashing
you had been plashing
they had been plashing
Conditional
I would plash
you would plash
he/she/it would plash
we would plash
you would plash
they would plash
Past Conditional
I would have plashed
you would have plashed
he/she/it would have plashed
we would have plashed
you would have plashed
they would have plashed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.plash - the sound like water splashingplash - the sound like water splashing  
noise - sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
splat - a single splash; "he heard a splat as it hit the floor"
Verb1.plash - interlace the shoots of; "pleach a hedge"
interlace, intertwine, lace, twine, enlace, entwine - spin,wind, or twist together; "intertwine the ribbons"; "Twine the threads into a rope"; "intertwined hearts"
2.plash - dash a liquid upon or against; "The mother splashed the baby's face with water"
puddle - make a puddle by splashing water
slosh around, slush around, slush, slosh - spill or splash copiously or clumsily; "slosh paint all over the walls"
disperse, sprinkle, dot, scatter, dust - distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"
Translations

plash

(liter)
n (of water, rain)Plätschern nt; (of oars)Platschen nt
vi (water, rain) → plätschern; (oars) → platschen
References in classic literature ?
Tahiti is a lofty green island, with deep folds of a darker green, in which you divine silent valleys; there is mystery in their sombre depths, down which murmur and plash cool streams, and you feel that in those umbrageous places life from immemorial times has been led according to immemorial ways.
And, for Jerry, most delightful of all, there was the gurgle and plash of a brooklet that pursued its invisible way over mossy stones under a garmenture of tender and delicate ferns.
Dantes in his cell heard the noise of preparation, -- sounds that at the depth where he lay would have been inaudible to any but the ear of a prisoner, who could hear the plash of the drop of water that every hour fell from the roof of his dungeon.
Far away she heard a city clock strike twelve; a large star like a mild eye peeped in at the opening of the tent, and the soft plash of the waves seemed calling her to come out.
From the vast, invisible ocean of moonlight overhead fell, here and there, a slender, broken stream that seemed to plash against the intercepting branches and trickle to earth, forming small white pools among the clumps of laurel.
And then again there was a silence, the feeble plash of water, the steady tick of chronometers.
Posting on Facebook, she said: "A blissful swim this morning with a soft plash of snowfall and slushy ice forming water".
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Casual readers are free to plash through the readily grasped delights of Boccaccio's novelle; more zealous readers, those eager to acquaint themselves with the intellectual, historical, and religious context of Boccaccio's work, need only seek out the deeper waters of Rebhorn's exceptionally thorough endnotes.
Proud gleaming tops of flags and lance Were noted first as if by chance As onwards marched a massed advance - All the plash and splendour of toy romance A wondrous sight for some, but not for others.