From Middle English waken, from Old English wacen, ġewacen, past participle of wacan (“to awake, arise, be born, originate”). More at wake.
Adjective wacken (comparative more wacken, superlative most wacken) (obsolete) Watchful. (UK dialectal) Lively; sharp; wanton.
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