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From Old English Rēade (“the red one”), from read.
- A river in Northumberland, England, which joins the River North Tyne at Redesmouth.
- Ekwall, Eilert (1947). The concise Oxford dictionary of English place-names (3 ed.). Oxford: Clarendon Press. p. 365.
From Middle High German rede, from Old High German redia, radia (“speech, view, opinion”), from Proto-Germanic *raþjǭ, *raþjō (“accountability, speech”); from the same root as reden (“to talk, to speak”). Cognate with Latin ratiō (“account, reason, proof”) and German Rat (“counsel”), English rede (“counsel”).
Rede f (genitive Rede, plural Reden)
Declension of Rede [feminine]
- direkte Rede
- erlebte Rede
- indirekte Rede
- lange Rede, kurzer Sinn
- meine Rede
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