Composed with words from litscape. Including diagonals.
Reede: older form of read, red, reed. (OED)
Areae: pl. of area.
Snead: also sned n. “The shaft or pole of a scythe.” (OED)
Crees: cree or crie v. “To create. Obsolete.”, also cree v. “trans. To soften (grain) by boiling.”, “intr. To become soft or pulpy by soaking or boiling.”, “trans. To pound or crush into a soft mass. Hence creeing-trough, the ‘knocking-trough’ formerly used for pounding grain.”, and Crees n. & adj. “An Indian people of central N. America; a member of this people.”, “The Algonquian language of the Cree people.” (OED)