Rechen

v. to explainVariants: ræcchen, to relate rechede, pt. s.Etymology: Anglo-Saxon reccan : Old Saxon rekkian : Old High German rachjan, in Otfrid rachón
v. to reach, attainVariants: rauhte, pt. s., rauȝte, raghte, raughte, raught, raght, ppEtymology: Anglo-Saxon rǽcan ( ), also rǽcean, to get into one's power, pt. s. rǽhte,
v. to care, reckVariants: reke, recche, rekke,rekþ, pr. s., reches, roȝte, pt. s., roughte, roght, rohten, pl., roucht, pt. s.subj.Etymology: Anglo-Saxon récan : Old Saxon rókian; also Anglo-Saxon reccan