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rede

[ reed ]
/ rid /
Chiefly British Dialect
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verb (used with object), red·ed, red·ing.
to counsel; advise.
to explain.
noun
counsel; advice.
a plan; scheme.
a tale; story.
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Origin of rede

before 900; (v.) Middle English reden,Old English rǣdan; (noun) Middle English; Old English rǣd, cognate with Old Frisian rēd,Old Saxon rād,Old Norse rāth;see read1, ready
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British Dictionary definitions for rede

rede
/ (riːd) archaic /

noun
advice or counsel
an explanation
verb (tr)
to advise; counsel
to explain

Word Origin for rede

Old English rǣdan to rule; see read 1
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