Rede [reed]

Part of speech: verb
Origin: Old English, 13th century

1. Advise (someone).
2. Interpret (a riddle or dream).

Examples of rede in a sentence

“The commencement speaker closed his speech with the final piece of advice, “I rede you to use your knowledge to always inspire others.””

“I try to write down my dreams as soon as I wake up so that I can rede them later.”