Waker meaning

(now chiefly UK dialectal) Watchful; vigilant; alert.
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One who wakes somebody or something.
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Origin of waker

  • From Middle English wakyr, from Old English wacor, waccor (“watchful, vigilant”), from Proto-Germanic *wakraz (“awake, watchful”), equivalent to wake +‎ -er. Cognate with Scots wakir (“watchful”), Dutch wakker (“awake”), German wacker (“awake, alert, capable, brave”), Swedish vacker (“wakeful, watchful, fair, comely”).

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  • From wake +‎ -er.

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