Rød is a Norwegian word for the color red and a common Norwegian surname. It may refer to
- Harald Rød (1907–1982), Norwegian farmer and politician
- Henrik Rød (born 1975), Norwegian politician
- Ingolf Rød (1889–1963), Norwegian sailor
- Knut Rød (1900–1986), Norwegian police officer
- Ørnulf Rød (1891–1969), Norwegian barrister
- Ragnhild Rød (fl. 1884–1945), Norwegian politician
- Terje Rød-Larsen (born 1947), Norwegian diplomat, politician and sociologist
Rød is the Norwegian word for the color red, and also a shortened version of the Norwegian dialect word røddning (or rødning), meaning cleared place. It may refer to:
- Rød, Arendal, a village in Aust-Agder, Norway
- Rød, Gjerstad, a village in Aust-Agder, Norway
- Rød, Hvaler, a village in Hvaler, Norway
- Rød (surname)
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Roed \Roed\, a. (Zo["o]l.) Filled with roe.
a. (context zoology English) Filled with roe.
Usage examples of "roed".
Roed Caern has been noising it about that she has probably turned him over to the Chalcedeans, because she is Chalcedean herself, and.
To their credit, the heads of the Traders' Council had opposed Roed and kept him and his men from massacring the Three Ships, Tattooed and New Trader delegates.