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Rede is an archaic word meaning, among other things, "counsel" and "advice". It is cognate with Dutch "raad", Luxembourgish "Rot", Common Scandinavian "råd", Icelandic "ráð" and German "Rat".
Today, the word rede is most often used by Neopagans, especially by followers of Wicca and Ásatrú. Some use the word to refer to a friend.
- Edward Rede (by 1476-1544), English politician.
- John Rede (disambiguation)
- Miroslav Rede (born 1938), Croatian sports journalist and former (soccer) football player
- Richard Rede (died after 1416), statesman and judge in Ireland
- Sir Robert Rede (died 1519), English Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.
- Robert William Rede (1815–1904), militiaman at the centre of Eureka Rebellion in Victoria, Australia
- Roy Rede, TV production designer
- Thomas Rede (c. 1390– c. 1455), English merchant, landholder, knight and public official
- William Rede (disambiguation)