Wake Definition of Wake by Merriam Webster b the festivities originally connected with the wake of an English parish church usually used in pl but singular or plural in construction Wake Define Wake at Dictionary n. track left by a moving ship, s, perhaps from Middle Low German or Middle Dutch wake hole in the ice, from Old Norse vok, vaka hole in the ice, from Proto Germanic wakwo. Wake ceremony A wake is a social gathering associated with death, usually held before a funeral.Traditionally, a wake takes place in the house of the deceased with the body present however, modern wakes are often performed at a funeral home or another convenient location. wake Definition of wake in English by Oxford Dictionaries The most important Catholic rituals are baptism and the wake, followed by a funeral mass A death in the Creole community is observed with an evening wake in the family s home. WakeGOV Wake County Government Wake County, North Carolina is consistently rated as one of the best places to live and work in America. Wake Design Collaboration Feedback for Teams Wake is the fastest and easiest way for designers to share work and collect feedback from their team Try Wake free for better design team collaboration wake Dictionary Definition Vocabulary In the wake, or aftermath, of a death, it s traditional in many cultures to hold a wake, a vigil for the dead.There s a third meaning of wake, too, you know it s the waves that a boat leaves behind as it slices through the water. Wake The wake is the region of disturbed flow often turbulent downstream of a solid body moving through a fluid, caused by the flow of the fluid around the body. For a blunt body in subsonic external flow, for example the Apollo or Orion capsules during descent and landing, the wake is massively separated and behind the body is a reverse flow region where the flow is moving toward the body.
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