plai

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Middle English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Old English pleġa.

Noun[edit]

plai

  1. Alternative form of pleye

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old French plait, plaid.

Noun[edit]

plai

  1. Alternative form of ple

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin *plagium, ultimately from Ancient Greek πλάγιος (plágios). Compare Albanian pllajë. Compare Latin plagia, whence came Italian spiaggia/piaggia, French plage, Spanish playa, Portuguese praia.

Noun[edit]

plai n (plural plaiuri or (archaic) plaie)

  1. plateau; flat raised area or expanse of terrain
  2. a road or path along a mountain or beside it
  3. region
  4. (archaic) an administrative division of a region or county

Declension[edit]