The word "leave" does have several definitions. As a verb it doesn't have a plural form. Apparently, in the subject-verb agreement "leave" takes the verb + "S" form that makes it appear plural (e. G. She leaves the house early.) However, the word leaves is also a homonym for the plural form of leaf. As a noun (that is, synonym for vacation or furlough), still it doesn't take the "S" form of the verb (e.g We took our leave for the prior to our honeymoon.)
Leave on it's own won't have a plural form. Leave is a verb so you can't really have two Leave. But, you can have two things that leave, and so you need agreement. For example: The boys leave at 7:00pm every evening. In this case it is the noun "boys" that needs to be plural. To simply answer the question, there isn't a plural form of leave.This site has a good article on subject and verb agreement.
If you are thinking about a tree leaf then the plural is leaves.