verb (used with object), red·ed, red·ing.
Origin of rede
Examples from the Web for rede
Contemporary Examples of rede
Through her group Rede Nami, she also trains other women to use graffiti art to spur social change.Jaycee Dugard’s New Life
March 10, 2012
Historical Examples of rede
Take my rede, sir, and let it drop, for you have come very well out from it.The White Company
Arthur Conan Doyle
It is my rede that thou weddest Atli, or else thou goest hence.Eric Brighteyes
H. Rider Haggard
With Nations it is as with individuals: Can they rede the riddle of Destiny?Past and Present
And, by my rede, we shall have our women and little ones with us; and why not?Child Christopher
Tell them, and let me read the rede; sense dwells in the voices of the night.Harold, Complete
Word Origin 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."