Rede definition

rēd
To give advice to; counsel.
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An interpretation.
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To interpret; explain.
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Counsel; advice.
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Advice or counsel.
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A narration.
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To advise; counsel.
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To narrate; tell.
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A plan; scheme.
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A story; tale.
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To interpret (dreams, omens, etc.)
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(archaic) Help, advice, counsel.
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(archaic) Decision, a plan.
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(archaic or UK dialectal) To govern, protect.
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(archaic or UK dialectal) To discuss, deliberate.
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(archaic or UK dialectal) To advise.

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(archaic or UK dialectal) To interpret (a riddle or dream); explain.

The secret of Man's Being is still like the Sphinx's secret: a riddle that he cannot rede; - Resartus.

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Origin of rede

  • Middle English reden from Old English rǣdan ar- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Old English rÇ£d. Middle English rÇ£d, rað. Cognate with Danish rÃ¥d, Dutch raad, German Rat, Swedish rÃ¥d. Indo-European cognates include Latin ratiō (“reason, judgment, counsel").

    From Wiktionary

  • From Middle English reden, ræden, from Old English rÇ£dan (“to counsel, advise; plot, design; rule, gover, guide; determine, decide, decree; read, explain"). More at read.

    From Wiktionary