verb (used with object), red·ed, red·ing.
Examples from the Web for rede
Through her group Rede Nami, she also trains other women to use graffiti art to spur social change.
With Nations it is as with individuals: Can they rede the riddle of Destiny?Past and Present|Thomas Carlyle
Ten days ago the thought of seeing Jane at Rede Place had been painful, but now he would welcome her presence.Jane Oglander|Marie Belloc Lowndes
Monseigneur Admiral,” said he, “may a humble master cook give you a rede?The Legend of Ulenspiegel, Vol. II (of 2)|Charles de Coster
British Dictionary definitions for rede
Word Origin for rede
Word Origin and History for rede
"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."