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  • 1 English
    • 1.1 Etymology
    • 1.2 Pronunciation
    • 1.3 Adjective
      • 1.3.1 Derived terms
      • 1.3.2 Translations
    • 1.4 Verb
      • 1.4.1 Derived terms
      • 1.4.2 Translations
      • 1.4.3 See also
    • 1.5 References

English[ edit ]

Etymology[ edit ]

From Middle English awaken or awakien , from Old English awacan or awacian , from a- (intensive prefix) + wacan or wacian . Compare Saterland Frisian woak (awake), German Low German waak (awake), German wach (awake).

Pronunciation[ edit ]

  • IPA ( key ): /əˈweɪk/
  • Audio (US)
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  • Rhymes: -eɪk

Adjective[ edit ]

awake ( comparative more awake, superlative most awake) ( predicative only)

  1. Not asleep ; conscious .
    Synonym: conscious , lucid , wide awake
    Synonym: asleep , unconscious
  2. ( figuratively , by extension) Alert , aware .
    They were awake to the possibility of a decline in sales.

Derived terms[ edit ]

  • half-awake

Translations[ edit ]

conscious
  • Arabic: مُسْتَيْقِظ ‎(mustayqiẓ), سَاهِد ‎(sāhid), يَقِظ ‎(yaqiẓ), مُتَنَبِّه ‎(mutanabbih)
    Egyptian Arabic: صاحي ‎(ṣāḥī)
    Moroccan Arabic: nad (faq), nayad (fayaq)
  • Armenian: զարթուն   (hy) (zartʿun), արթուն   (hy) (artʿun)
  • Asturian: epiertu , despiertu
  • Belarusian: ня спя́чы (nja spjáčy)
  • Breton: dihun   (br)
  • Bulgarian: буден   (bg) (buden)
  • Catalan: despert   (ca) , llevat   (ca)
  • Chamicuro: ikakwi’ti
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: 醒 着 (xǐngzhe), 醒覺   (zh) , 醒觉   (zh) (xǐngjué), 清醒   (zh) (qīngxǐng)
  • Czech: vzhůru   (cs) , probuzený , bdící
  • Danish: vågen   (da)
  • Dutch: wakker   (nl) , ontwaakt   (nl)
  • Esperanto: maldorma , veka
  • Faroese: vakin
  • Finnish: hereillä oleva   (fi) , valveilla oleva   (fi)
  • French: éveillé   (fr) , réveillé   (fr)
  • Galician: esperto
  • Georgian: მღვიძარე (mɣviʒare), გამოღვიძებული (gamoɣviʒebuli), ფხიზელი (pxizeli)
  • German: wach   (de)
  • Greek: ξύπνιος   (el) (xýpnios), αφυπνισμένος   (el) (afypnisménos)
  • Hebrew: ער ‎  (he) (er)
  • Ido: vekanta , vigilanta , vigilema
  • Indonesian: bangun   (id) , terjaga   (id) , tidak tidur
  • Irish: i do dhúiseacht
  • Italian: sveglio   (it) , desto   (it)
  • Japanese: 目が覚めた (me ga sameta), 目ざめた (めざめた, mezameta)
  • Kurdish:
    Sorani: به‌خه‌به‌ر ‎(bexeber)
  • Kyrgyz: ойготуу   (ky) (oygotuu), сезимин козгоо (sezimin kozgoo), ойгонуу   (ky) (oygonuu), козголуу   (ky) (kozgoluu), жандануу   (ky) (candanuu), баамдоо   (ky) (baamdoo), түшүнүү   (ky) (tüşünüü), ойгоо   (ky) (oygoo), уктабаган   (ky) (uktabagan), уйкусуз   (ky) (uykusuz), түшүнүүчү   (ky) (tüşünüüçü), сак   (ky) (sak), абайлагыч   (ky) (abaylagıç), этият   (ky) (etiyat), этияттуу   (ky) (etiyattuu), акырын   (ky) (akırın)
  • Latin: vigil
  • Luxembourgish: waakreg
  • Macedonian: буден (buden)
  • Maori: oho
  • Ngazidja Comorian: hashiri
  • Norman: rêvilyi (Jersey)
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: våken   (no)
    Nynorsk: vaken
  • Persian: بیدار ‎  (fa) (bidâr)
  • Polish: czujny   (pl) , przebudzony
  • Portuguese: desperto   (pt) , acordado   (pt)
  • Romanian: treaz   (ro)
  • Russian: бо́дрствующий   (ru) (bódrstvujuščij), просну́вшийся   (ru) (prosnúvšijsja), не спя́щий (ne spjáščij)
  • Scottish Gaelic: dùisgte
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: бу́дан   m
    Roman: búdan   (sh)   m
  • Slovak: zobudiť sa
  • Slovene: buden
  • Spanish: despierto   (es)
  • Swedish: vaken   (sv)
  • Telugu: మేలుకునియుండు (mēlukuniyuṇḍu)
  • Turkish: uyanık   (tr)
  • Ukrainian: не спля́чий (ne spljáčyj)
  • Vietnamese: thức   (vi) , thức dậy   (vi)
alert, aware
  • Finnish: hereillä oleva , tietoinen   (fi)
  • Italian: consapevole   (it)   m, f, conscio   (it) , cosciente   (it)
  • Spanish: listo   (es) , despierto   (es)
  • Swedish: vaken   (sv)

Verb[ edit ]

awake (third-person singular simple present awakes , present participle awaking , simple past awoke or (rare) awaked , past participle awoken or (rare) awaked or (rare) awoke or (rare) awaken )

  1. ( intransitive ) To become conscious after having slept .
    Synonyms: awaken , wake up
    Antonym: fall asleep
    • (Can we date this quote?) Salvador Dalí
      Each morning when I awake, I experience again a supreme pleasure – that of being Salvador Dali.
  2. ( transitive ) To cause (somebody) to stop sleeping .
    • 1485, Sir Thomas Malory , chapter primum , in Le Morte Darthur , book XVII:
      Thenne she called the heremyte syre Vlfyn I am a gentylwoman that wold speke with the knyght whiche is with yow / Thenne the good man awaked Galahad / & badde hym aryse and speke with a gentylwoman that semeth hath grete nede of yow / Thenne Galahad wente to her & asked her what she wold
    • 1665 Robert Hooke , Micrographia
      [This ant] I ſuffered to lye above an hour in the Spirit; and after I had taken it out, and put its body and legs into a natural poſture, remained moveleſs about an hour; but then , upon a ſudden, as if it had been awaken out of a drunken ſleep, it ſuddenly reviv’d and ran away…
  3. ( transitive ) to excite or to stir up something latent .
  4. ( transitive , figuratively ) To rouse from a state of inaction or dormancy .
  5. ( intransitive , figuratively ) To come out of a state of inaction or dormancy .
    • (Can we date this quote?) Edward Augustus Freeman
      The national spirit again awoke.
    • Bible , 1 Corinthians xv. 34
      Awake to righteousness, and sin not.

Derived terms[ edit ]

  • awaker

Translations[ edit ]

to gain consciousness
  • Arabic: صَحَى ‎(ṣaḥā), اِسْتَيَقَظَ ‎  (ar) (istayaqaẓa)
  • Armenian: զարթնել   (hy) (zartʿnel), արթնանալ   (hy) (artʿnanal)
  • Assamese: সাৰ পোৱা (xar püa)
  • Asturian: espertar , despertar
  • Bengali: জাগা (jaga)
  • Breton: dihuniñ   (br)
  • Bulgarian: събуждам се (sǎbuždam se)
  • Catalan: llevar-se   (ca)
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin:   (zh) (xǐng), 醒來   (zh) , 醒来   (zh) (xǐnglái)
  • Czech: vzbudit se , probudit se
  • Danish: vågne   (da)
  • Dutch: ontwaken   (nl)
  • Finnish: herätä   (fi) , havahtua   (fi)
  • French: se réveiller   (fr)
  • Galician: espertar , acordar   (gl) , recordar   (gl)
  • Georgian: გაღვიძება (gaɣviʒeba), გამოღვიძება (gamoɣviʒeba)
  • German: aufwachen   (de) , erwachen   (de)
  • Greek: ξυπνώ   (el) (xypnó), αφυπνίζω   (el) (afypnízo)
  • Hebrew: התעורר ‎  (he) (hit’orér)
  • Hindi: जागना   (hi) (jāgnā)
  • Ido: vekar   (io)
  • Indonesian: bangun   (id) , terjaga   (id)
  • Irish: dúisigh
  • Italian: svegliarsi   (it)
  • Japanese: 目覚める (めざめる, mezameru), 目を覚ます (めをさます, me-o samasu), 起きる   (ja) (おきる, okiru)
  • Korean: 일어나 (ireona)
  • Latin: excito
  • Luxembourgish: erwächen
  • Maori: whiti , whitirere (suddenly), oho
  • Persian: بیدار شدن ‎  (fa) (bidâr šodan)
  • Polish: obudzić się   (pl)
  • Portuguese: acordar   (pt) , despertar   (pt)
  • Romanian: deștepta   (ro) , scula   (ro) , trezi   (ro)
  • Russian: просыпа́ться   (ru)   impf (prosypátʹsja), просну́ться   (ru)   pf (prosnútʹsja), пробужда́ться   (ru)   impf (probuždátʹsja), пробуди́ться   (ru)   pf (probudítʹsja)
  • Scottish Gaelic: dùisg
  • Sicilian: ruspigghiari
  • Slovene: zbuditi se   (sl)
  • Spanish: despertarse   (es)
  • Swedish: vakna   (sv)
  • Ukrainian: просипа́тися (prosypátysja)
  • Urdu: جگنا ‎(jagnā)
  • Vietnamese: thức dậy   (vi) , dậy lên , dậy   (vi) , thức   (vi)
to cause someone to stop sleeping
  • Arabic: أَيْقَظَ ‎(ʾayqaẓa)
  • Armenian: զարթնեցնել   (hy) (zartʿnecʿnel), արթնացնել (artʿnacʿnel)
  • Assamese: জগোৱা (zogüa)
  • Asturian: espertar , despertar
  • Breton: dihuniñ   (br)
  • Bulgarian: будя   (bg) (budja), събуждам   (bg) (sǎbuždam)
  • Catalan: despertar   (ca)
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: 喚醒   (zh) , 唤醒   (zh) (huànxǐng), 叫醒   (zh) (jiàoxǐng)
  • Czech: vzbudit   (cs)
  • Dalmatian: destruar
  • Danish: vække   (da)
  • Dutch: wekken   (nl)
  • Finnish: herättää   (fi)
  • French: réveiller   (fr) , éveiller   (fr)
  • Galician: espertar , acordar   (gl)
  • Georgian: გაღვიძება (gaɣviʒeba)
  • German: aufwecken   (de)
  • Greek: ξυπνώ   (el) (xypnó), αφυπνίζω   (el) (afypnízo)
  • Hebrew: עורר ‎(orér), העיר ‎(he’ír)
  • Hindi: जगाना   (hi) (jagānā)
  • Ido: vekigar   (io)
  • Indonesian: membangunkan   (id)
  • Irish: dúisigh
  • Italian: svegliare   (it)
  • Japanese: 起こす   (ja) (おこす, okosu), 目ざめさせる (めざめさせる, mezame-saseru)
  • Latin: excito
  • Maori: whakaoho
  • Portuguese: despertar   (pt) , acordar   (pt)
  • Russian: буди́ть   (ru)   impf (budítʹ), разбуди́ть   (ru)   pf (razbudítʹ)
  • Scottish Gaelic: dùisg
  • Sicilian: ruspigghiari
  • Slovene: zbuditi   (sl)
  • Spanish: despertar   (es)
  • Swedish: väcka   (sv)
  • Turkish: uyandırmak   (tr)
  • Vietnamese: thức dậy   (vi) , dậy lên , dậy   (vi)
to excite something latent
  • Armenian: արթնացնել (artʿnacʿnel)
  • Danish: vække   (da)
  • Finnish: herättää   (fi) , havahduttaa   (fi) , piristää   (fi)
  • Georgian: გაღვიძება (gaɣviʒeba)
  • German: erwecken   (de)
  • Greek: ξυπνώ   (el) (xypnó)
  • Latin: excito
  • Maori: whakaara , whakaaraara , whakaoho , whakaohooho
  • Portuguese: despertar   (pt) , acordar   (pt)
  • Russian: пробужда́ть   (ru) (probuždátʹ), буди́ть   (ru) (budítʹ), вызыва́ть   (ru) (vyzyvátʹ), возбужда́ть   (ru) (vozbuždátʹ)
  • Scottish Gaelic: dùisg
  • Slovene: zbuditi   (sl) , vzbuditi
  • Swedish: väcka   (sv)
  • Vietnamese: gợi   (vi) , gây lên
The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions. See instructions at Wiktionary:Entry layout#Translations .
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  • Telugu: (please verify ) మేలుకొను   (te) (mēlukonu)

See also[ edit ]

  • awake to
  • awaken
  • wake
  • wake up

References[ edit ]

  • “awake” in The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language , 4th edition, Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin , 2000, →ISBN .
  • “ awake ” in Dictionary.com Unabridged, Dictionary.com, LLC , 1995–present.
  • ” awake ” in WordNet 2.0, Princeton University, 2003.
  • awake in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911
  • awake in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary , G. & C. Merriam, 1913

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      Conjugation awake: past tense, present, future, participle | English verb conjugation

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      Indicative

      Present

      • I awake
      • you awake
      • he/she/it awakes
      • we awake
      • you awake
      • they awake

      Preterite

      • I awoke/awaked
      • you awoke/awaked
      • he/she/it awoke/awaked
      • we awoke/awaked
      • you awoke/awaked
      • they awoke/awaked

      Present continuous

      • I am awaking
      • you are awaking
      • he/she/it is awaking
      • we are awaking
      • you are awaking
      • they are awaking

      Present perfect

      • I have awoken/awaked
      • you have awoken/awaked
      • he/she/it has awoken/awaked
      • we have awoken/awaked
      • you have awoken/awaked
      • they have awoken/awaked

      Future

      • I will awake
      • you will awake
      • he/she/it will awake
      • we will awake
      • you will awake
      • they will awake

      Future perfect

      • I will have awoken/awaked
      • you will have awoken/awaked
      • he/she/it will have awoken/awaked
      • we will have awoken/awaked
      • you will have awoken/awaked
      • they will have awoken/awaked

      Past continuous

      • I was awaking
      • you were awaking
      • he/she/it was awaking
      • we were awaking
      • you were awaking
      • they were awaking

      Past perfect

      • I had awoken/awaked
      • you had awoken/awaked
      • he/she/it had awoken/awaked
      • we had awoken/awaked
      • you had awoken/awaked
      • they had awoken/awaked

      Future continuous

      • I will be awaking
      • you will be awaking
      • he/she/it will be awaking
      • we will be awaking
      • you will be awaking
      • they will be awaking

      Present perfect continuous

      • I have been awaking
      • you have been awaking
      • he/she/it has been awaking
      • we have been awaking
      • you have been awaking
      • they have been awaking

      Past perfect continuous

      • I had been awaking
      • you had been awaking
      • he/she/it had been awaking
      • we had been awaking
      • you had been awaking
      • they had been awaking

      Future perfect continuous

      • I will have been awaking
      • you will have been awaking
      • he/she/it will have been awaking
      • we will have been awaking
      • you will have been awaking
      • they will have been awaking

      Imperative

      • awake
      • let’s awake
      • awake

      Participle

      Present

      • awaking

      Past

      • awoken/awaked

      Infinitive

      • to awake

      Perfect Participle

      • having awoken/awaked