I remember seeing your question on my profile before but I don't remember responding and I can't see that I've posted anything on yours, so I'll answer now, hoping I haven't already and my mind is just completely failing.
Reiðr (pronounced rye-ther, sort of (the th is a hard th sound, as in 'the')) is ancient Norse for angry and œska is ancient Norse for youth. Well, I'm not old and neither am I peaceful!
At least, I believe it's reiðr and œska, not reið and rœska. But a lot of ancient Norse words end in a consonant followed by 'r', so reiðr makes sense I suppose.