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Definition of wake:

  1. The annual commemoration of the dedication of a church, formerly kept by watching all night; vigils; state of forbearing sleep; the sitting up of persons with a dead body prior to burial; a lichwake.
  2. The track which a ship leaves in the water, formed by the meeting of the water behind. In the wake of, following immediately after.
  3. To be or continue awake; to cease to sleep; to awake; to be alive or active; to be excited from a torpid state; to be put in motion.
  4. To rouse from sleep; to arouse; to put in motion or action; to revive.

Wake \wa-ke\

Meaning:
watchman
Origin:
English
Details:
Wake as a boy's name is a variant of Wakeman (Old English), and the meaning of Wake is "watchman".
Meaning:
Aage, ike, Jake, Fawke, jak, Jakie, oak.
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Examples of usage for wake:

  1. " I guess I'm beginning to wake up," thought Ned. – Ahead of the Army by W. O. Stoddard
  2. Very quietly- because we mustn't wake Billy." – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell
  3. I hope I didn't wake you coming home last night? – To-morrow? by Victoria Cross

Quotes for wake:

  1. You know, on the road, I never miss a meal. I eat five, six, seven times a day, depending on when I wake up and when I got to sleep. I never miss a training day. I always get my four days out of my seven.
  2. If we don't do it, somebody else will. The Chinese, the Europeans and the Japanese all have the goal of going to the moon. Certainly we don't want to wake up and see that they have a base there before we do.
  3. I got involved in cocaine because I needed to lose weight. I felt the pressure living here. I took it to wake me up and keep me moving.
  4. I always wake up at the crack of ice.
  5. When we lost, I couldn't sleep at night. When we win, I can't sleep at night. But, when you win, you wake up feeling better.

Rhymes for wake:

  1. ache, bake, blake, brake, break, cake, drake, fake, flake, hake, lake, make, quake, rake, sake, shake, snake, stake, steak, take, ake, haik, naik, shaik, spake, jake, jacque, paik;
  2. awake, forsake, mistake, opaque, partake, remake, retake;
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