Meaning of plenish in English:

plenish

Pronunciation /ˈplɛnɪʃ/

verb

[with object]archaic
  • Fill up; replenish.

    ‘We all truly hope the latter will help plenish the former.’
    • ‘I will plenish the wine and fetch the pack while I am about it.’
    • ‘They know that aid goes to plenish the dictator's wife's wardrobe.’
    • ‘Gifts came from many places to plenish the storeroom and pantry.’
    • ‘The earth was now plenished anew with living beings.’
    refill, fill up, recharge, reload

Origin

Late Middle English from Old French plenir ‘fill’, from plein ‘full’, from Latin plenus; compare with replenish.