-ræden

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From rǣden (condition, state), from Proto-Germanic *rēda- (council), from Proto-Indo-European *rādh- (to promote, assist).

Suffix[edit]

-rǣden f

  1. noun suffix denoting condition or state
    brōþorrǣden (fellowship, brotherhood)
    burgrǣden (citizenship)
  2. suffix indicating activity
    bedrǣden (prayer, intercession)
    bebodrǣden (authority, command)
    heordrǣden (custody, keeping)
  3. area of, jurisdiction of
    lēodrǣden (region, country)

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