Definition of remeid in US English:

remeid

(also remede, remeed)

noun

  • 1Chiefly Scottish Law. Legal redress. "remeid of (also †in) law": the obtaining of justice by appeal from an inferior to a superior court or, formerly, from the Court of Session to the Parliament.

  • 2A remedy; a means of counteracting something undesirable. Chiefly Scottish and (now) Irish English (northern).

Origin

Late Middle English. From Anglo-Norman remaide, remeide, Anglo-Norman and Middle French remede, Middle French (rare) remide, remyde remedy.

Pronunciation

remeid

/rɪˈmiːd/