-ræden

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From rǣden ‎(condition, state), from Proto-Germanic *raidīniz ‎(arrangement, ordinance, authority).

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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