Wake (disambiguation)

Wake (disambiguation)

Wake and similar can refer to:

*wake, the region of turbulence immediately to the rear of a solid body caused by the flow of a fluid over or around the body
*wake (ceremony), a ritual which takes place during some funeral ceremonies
*wake, a group of vultures
*wake, to awaken someone into a state of awareness or alertness

In entertainment

*The Wake, a nickname for "Finnegans Wake", the James Joyce novel
*The Wake (band), a British post-punk band
*The Wake (US band), an American goth band from Columbus, Ohio
*"Wake" (2003 film) starring Gale Harold
*"Wake" (2008 film) starring Bijou Phillips
*"Wake" (comics), a French comic in book collection format created by Morvan and Buchet
*"Wake" (album), a compilation album from Dead Can Dance albums

In geography

*Wake, Okayama, Japan
*Wake Island, a U.S. possession in the Pacific Ocean
*Wake County, North Carolina, county in North Carolina, in which the state capital of Raleigh is located.
*Wake Forest, North Carolina, USA


*wakes week, an English holiday tradition
*Wake Forest University
*Crasher Wake, a Gym Leader in the Pokemon video games

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