Does fiery red hair run in the family? Then Reed may be the perfect title for a baby with luscious red locks. Reed is a gender-neutral name of British origin, coming from the Old English word read, meaning “red.” Reed was originally a surname often used to describe someone with red hair. There are also places called Reed, Read, and Rede throughout the UK that borrowed their names from the Old English term for “brushwood.” This sleek name brings idyllic imagery of grasslands by a lake or river to mind and exudes timeless sophistication. Reid is the more-popular spelling of this name, offering a Scottish vibe compared to the English Reed. Regardless of baby’s hair color, Reed is a charming and respectful title that will stand to baby in all their endeavors.
Famous People Named Reed
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- Willis ReedBasketball Player
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