verb \ˈred\
redd·ed or reddredd·ing

Definition of REDD

transitive verb
chiefly dialect
:  to set in order —usually used with up or out
intransitive verb
chiefly dialect :  to make things tidy —usually used with up

Origin of REDD

Middle English (Scots), to clear, perhaps alteration of ridden — more at rid
First Known Use: circa 1520



Definition of REDD

:  the spawning ground or nest of various fishes

Origin of REDD

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1808


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