from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A corrupt Middle English form of
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We have rehed on crop rotations and improved cultivation with ridge tillage, a version of "raised bed" Food prices would rise significantly if producer prices increase.
And he that spak with me hadde a goldun mesure of a rehed [reed] that he schulde mete the citee and the ghatis of it and the wall.
[meted, measured] the citee with the rehed bi furlongis twelue thousyndis, and the highthe and the lengthe and breede of it ben euene.