Await - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
AWA'IT, v.t. [a and wait. See Wait.]
Literally, to remain, hold or stay.
1. To wait for; to look for, or expect.
Betwixt the rocky pillars, Gabriel sat,
Chief of the Angelic guards, awaiting night.
2. To be in store for; to attend; to be ready for; as, a glorious reward awaits the good.
AWA'IT, n. Ambush; in a state of waiting for.