Rede

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Rede is an archaic word meaning, among other things, "counsel" and "advice". It is cognate with Dutch "Rede" and German Rat/raten.

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.

Notable Redes include:

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  • Rede, Suffolk, a village in Suffolk, England
  • River Rede, a river in Northumberland, England
  • Réde, a village in Hungary
  • Rede, a village in(Solapur District)Maharashtra

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