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- verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of
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If thou art not surrounded by society rich with purple and gems, nor with houses adorned with costly woods, statues, and gold; ... at least, secure in the humble dwelling of wood from the copse hard by, and common stones collected close at hand, which thine own hand has founded and built, whenever thou awakenest at the approach of dawn, thou dost not find outside those who bring news of
Thou makest the joy of the sacred _Persea_ in An. Thou awakenest each day.
If thou awakenest men where they can see nothing and do no work, it is better to let them rest: but will not they, thinkest thou, look up at a rainbow, unless they are called to it by a clap of thunder?
And I can give thee sleep -- strong, dreamless sleep that, when thou awakenest, will make thee feel strong in thy body and softer in thy now angry heart to Niâbon. "