Through her group rede Nami, she also trains other women to use graffiti art to spur social change.
Take my rede, sir, and let it drop, for you have come very well out from it.
It is my rede that thou weddest Atli, or else thou goest hence.
Thereon the Red Lad called to him his captains and hostleaders and asked them of rede, and to be short therewith.
Tell them, and let me read the rede; sense dwells in the voices of the night.
Young Herre Karl asks his mother's rede how he may get the maid his heart is set upon.
Her husband, the man-riddle: she was unable to rede or read him.
I have come to tell thee of my rede, said Birdalone, and to ask thee if thou art like-minded with me thereon.
Now there were the Maiden and the Carline at their house, and nought easy was the rede for them.
Divinitee, s. divinity; in divinitee to rede, to lecture in divinity, C 7693.
"counsel, advice," Old English ræd "advice, counsel;" see read (v.). Cognate with Old Saxon rad "advice, counsel, help, advantage," Dutch raad "advice, counsel," German Rat "advice, counsel," Old Norse rað "advice, consideration, remedy, power; marriage."