Kindle - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
KIN'DLE, v.t. [L. accendo; from the root of candeo, caneo, to be light or white, to shine.]
1. To set on fire; to cause to burn with flame; to light; as, to kindle a fire.
2. To inflame, as the passions; to exasperate; to rouse; to provoke; to excite to action; to heat; to fire; to animate; as, to kindle anger or wrath; to kindle resentment; to kindle the flame of love, or love into a flame.
So is a contentious woman to kindle strife. Prov 26.
3. To bring forth.
KIN'DLE, v.i. To take fire; to begin to burn with flame. Fuel and fire well laid, will kindle without a bellows.
1. To begin to rage, or be violently excited; to be roused or exasperated.
It shall kindle in the thickets of the forest. Isa 9.