No it isn't. But I can give you the 4th sentence as well, and a hint that reenactors and SCA members might have an advantage on this one..Something about Vikings? (after the Apron dresses discussions..?)
Trece, Treceor, vb. Trecier - Both the feminine and masculine forms of this term were used in the meaning of plaiting the hair in a braid, and the masculine form specifically means a ribbon used for hair braiding. Other literary references make it evident that men occasionally wore their hair long and in a braid.