Arread meaning

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To read.
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Origin of arread

  • From earlier aread, arede, from Middle English areden, from Old English ārēdan, ārǣdan (“to appoint, prepare; arrange, settle, decide; guess, prophesy, interpret, utter; read, read out, read to”), from Proto-Germanic *uzrēdaną (“to guess”), equivalent to a- +‎ read. Cognate with German erraten (“to guess”), Gothic [script?] (urrēdan, “to contrive, discriminate”). [script?]

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