- Advice or counsel given by one person to another: what is your rede?More example sentences
- Or the Wiccan rede, ‘And ye do no harm, do what thou will.’
- The law of threefold return was introduced in the Wiccan rede, developed ostensibly by Gardner and Valiente IIRC, and likely ghostwritten by Crowley.
- I know that a lot of Neo-Pagans abide by some kind of creed or rede.
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- 1Advise (someone): [with object and infinitive]: therefore, my son, I rede thee stay at homeMore example sentences
- For Wiccans and many, though not all, Neo-Pagans, the single, moral tagline usually redes (pun intended) ‘Do as ye will, an it harm none.’
Old English rǣd, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch raad, German Rat. The verb is a variant of read, of the same origin.
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