Quake - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
1. To shake; to tremble; to be agitated with quick but short motions continually repeated; to shudder. Thus we say, a person quakes with fear or terror, or with cold. Heb 12.
2. To shake with violent convulsions, as well as with trembling; as, the earth quakes; the mountains quake. Neh 1.
3. To shake, tremble or move, as the earth under the feet; as the quaking mud.
QUAKE, v.t. To frighten; to throw into agitation. [Not used.]
QUAKE, n. A shake; a trembling; a shudder; a tremulous agitation.