The only single word in English that can be made with these letters is "cohered," the past tense of the verb "cohere." A number of separate words or phrases can be made with the letters, such as "code her" and "red echo."
"Cohered" means that tangible things were united or formed a whole or that ideas or theories were logically consistent at some point in the past.
Though a number of two-word combinations are possible as anagrams of these letters, very few of them are congruous. Some other examples are "her coed," "he decor," "eco herd," "cheer do" and "ochre Ed."