From Old Norse flétta, from Proto-Germanic *flehtaną (“to plait, weave”), from Proto-Indo-European *pleḱ- (“to plait, braid”).
flette (imperative flet, infinitive at flette, present tense fletter, past tense flettede, perfect tense er/har flettet)
- braid, plaid
- (traffic) merge (blend gradually into something else)
- third-person singular present indicative of flettere