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to create a plat of: plat a unique town.
to make by interlaying interweaving; to braid; to plait.
To lay out in plats or plots, as ground.
some land; a plot.
A map showing real or in the pipeline functions, such as roads and building lots.
A plot of land; plenty.
A map showing home outlines, particularly as a legal document.
Abbreviation for platinum coins, a currency found in the massively multiplayer activity Ultima on the web.
The flat or wide part of a sword.
A plot; a plan; a design; a diagram, map, or chart.
Work carried out by platting or braiding; a plait.
a little piece or plot of floor organized with a few design, and for an unique use; typically, some of flat, even ground.
The level or broad side of a sword.
A plot; a plan; a design; a diagram; a map; a chart.
A plot or spot of land laid off for or dedicated to some certain function: because, a garden-ptat; a plat of ground.
an appartment representation of such plots or patches; a map or plan.
a strategy or design; plan; plot.
A beam or plank set horizontally; a horizontal wood.
A large flat stone made use of whilst the landing-place of a stair.
The level part of a sword.
The sole for the foot. Compare plant.
In mining, an enlargement of a level in which it links with a shaft useful for increasing ore, its object being to facilitate that operation, especially in mines in which the ore is raised in kibbles.
A plaited or braided thing; one thing produced by plaiting or interweaving: as, straw plat for hats; a plat of hair.
Nautical, a braid of foxes. See fox, 4.
a map showing planned or actual options that come with a place (streets and building lots etc.)
To hit with all the hand; slap.
To braid, to plait.
generate a plat, to formulate roads and building lots; to chart.
make a plat of
Plainly; flatly; downright.
Flatly; efficiently; uniformly.
To strike using hand; strike.
In order to make a ground-plan of; chart or land; lay-down written down: as, to plat a tract of land; to plat a town.
Flat; amount; plain.
especially, in lace-making, level and of consistent surface: said of the sprigs or plants; ergo, overall, noting the sprigs of bobbinlace, that are level, as compared with those of needle-point lace, that might have relief.
Flatly; plainly; bluntly.
To set down flat or evenly; spread.
To iuterweave; make or profile by interweaving; wattle; plait. See plait.