Definition of unrede in US English:

unrede

noun

historical
  • As the epithet of Aethelred II, king of England (d. 1016).

Origin

Old English (in an earlier sense). Cognate with or formed similarly to Old Frisian unrēd (West Frisian ûnrie, ûnried), Middle Dutch onraet (Dutch onraad), Middle Low German unrāt, Old High German unrāt (Middle High German unrāt, German Unrat), Old Icelandic úráð, Old Swedish oradh (Swedish oråd), Old Danish vraadh, vrodh (Danish uråd) from the Germanic base of un- + the Germanic base of rede.

Pronunciation

unrede

/ˈʌnriːd/