The definition of awake is you are no longer sleeping.(adjective)
An example of awake is a person who is out of bed and just had his morning coffee.
To awake is defined as changing from a state of sleep to a state of alertness.(verb)
An example of awake is when you open your eyes in the morning after a good night sleep.
See awake in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: a merging of two words: ME awaken < OE awacan (on-, out + wacan, to arise, awake) & ME awakien < OE awacian (on-, out + wacian, to be awake, watch): see wake
Origin: < obs pp. awaken
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verb a·woke (ə-wōkˈ) or a·waked, a·waked or a·wok·en (ə-wōˈkən), a·wak·ing, a·wakes verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English awaken
Origin: , from Old English āwacan
Origin: : ā-, intensive pref.
Origin: + wacan, wake; see wake1.
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