Definition Of braids
(of a river or stream) flow into shallow interwoven channels divided by deposits of sediment.
Large braided rivers can have 20 or more channels at any one location.
a length of hair made up of three or more interlaced strands.
women with long black braids
edge or trim (a garment) with braid.
braided red trousers
interlace three or more strands of (hair or other flexible material) to form a length.
their long hair was tightly braided
threads of silk, cotton, or other material woven into a decorative band for edging or trimming garments.
a coat trimmed with gold braid