braids

breɪd n. plait, three or more interwoven strands (of hair, straw, etc.); strip, band v. weave into a braid; decorate with a thin strip of fabric

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Braids — mit Perlen in den Haarspitzen verziert. Braids (von englisch braid = flechten) oder auch Rasta Locken oder Rasta Zöpfe bezeichnen eine Flechtfrisur, die aus vielen kleinen Flechtzöpfchen besteht und mit einer drei strähnigen Flechttechnik… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • braids — (n.) 1520s; see BRAID (Cf. braid) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • braids — noun A style of hair in which the hair is interweaved into thin locks …   Wiktionary

  • braids — disbar …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Fancy Cotton Braids — A term used for woven braids made of cotton in different colours and patterns, including chintz effects. Used for cuffs, collars, and children s dress ornament …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • French Braids — Very fine cotton braids, plain weave, open texture, used for infant s clothing decoration. Made from 5 to about 77 threads in the width …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • Skirt Braids — Braids made in varying widths up to 2 in. of cotton, mohair and other materials used for binding the edge of a skirt …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • The Girl with the Golden Braids — is a popular song. The music was written by Eddie Snyder, the lyrics by Stanley J. Kahan. The song was published in 1957.The biggest hit version was recorded by Perry Como on April 9, 1957, and issued by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20… …   Wikipedia

  • disbar — braids …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Rastalocken — Braids mit Perlen in den Haarspitzen verziert. Braids (von engl. braid = flechten) oder auch Rasta Locken oder Rasta Zöpfe bezeichnen eine Flechtfrisur, die aus vielen kleinen Flechtzöpfchen besteht und mit einer drei strähnigen Flechttechnik… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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