Readings & Meanings:
to remember, to understand
I can't completely remember this many kanji.
I set the alarm for 6 o'clock.
Because I sat "seiza" for a long time, my legs fell asleep.
The central element is also the radical: 見る.
That crown you see on the top is a simplification. The way this kanji used to be written: 覺.
Luckily, that's the same way that 学's crown used to be written: 學.
So, remember what you've seen (見る) in school and 覚えろ！
Seiza is the Japanese "polite" way of sitting. It's the formal pose you see people sit in at tea ceremonies or any kind of ceremony. Sit on the floor with your thighs on top of your shins, with your rear on your heels, back straight up. And yeah, your 足 feel all 麻痺 after a few minutes of it.
Here's how (not) to sit seiza: