Synonyms for Braid:

n.

bob, close, buzz cut, chignon, beehive, afro, bangs, Bobbed, bun. backcomb, condition, barbershop, crimp, cornrow, blow-dry, comb out, comb. accessorise, fan, beading, flounce, marabou, cord, frill, corsage. tangle, entangle, tweak. body (noun)
tress, plait, twist.
braid (noun)
braiding, pleach, lace, tress, plait, gold braid, twist.
fastener (noun)
cleat, clinch, clasp, rabbet, bond, hook, medium, fuse, spike, belt, clamp, snap, cinch, ligament, suture, staple, band, knot, lock, lace, twine, cincture, fastening, mediator, Vinculum, bolt, catch, stay, anchor, button, go-between, seal, tack, hinge, bonding, coupling, buckle, connector, splice, middleman, binder, knitting, nail, cement, mucilage, strap, pin, string, guy, chain, paste, bracket, brad, latch, grapnel, glue, link, binding, hasp, clip, thread, weld, vise, cotter, stitch, rivet, skewer, tie, brace, closure, agent, zipper, hawser, hitch, fastener.
hair (noun)
tress.
interwoven hair style (noun)
plait, pigtail, queue.
plait (noun)
net, reticulation, hairstyle, queue, mesh, filigree, wreath, rope, pigtail.

v.

creation (verb)
lace, plait.
fasten (verb)
couple, fasten, lash, baste, tether, weave, connect, sew, bind, knit, zip, plait.
interweave (verb)
lace, mesh, weave, twine, twist.

Other synonyms:

blow-dry, corsage, afro, chignon, comb out, buzz cut, queue, cornrow, Bobbed, bangs, backcomb, frill, bob, bun, beehive. beading, comb, marabou, cord, flounce. crimp. condition. fan. close. entwine
plait.
hairdo
hairstyle.
plait
pigtail.
Other relevant words:
cord, backcomb, crimp, braiding, bob, filigree, rope, blow-dry, chignon, mesh, frill, twist, entangle, tangle, marabou, pigtail, gold braid, corsage, bun, pleach, hairstyle, wreath, tress, afro, net, queue, beehive.

Usage examples for braid

  1. It's a braid place, an' langer nor it's braid an' there's mony ane intil't an' oot on't 'at's no warth the parritch his mither pat intil 'im. – Warlock o' Glenwarlock by George MacDonald
  2. Mandeville was present, his gilt braid a trifle more gilt than any one else's. – Kincaid's Battery by George W. Cable