All shook up synonyms for words, another word for shake up
Shake a loose leg "hurry up" first recorded ; shake a heel sometimes foot was an old way to say "to dance" s ; to shake one's elbow s meant "to gamble at dice. In reference to mixing ingredients, etc.
Short for milk shake from The shakes "nervous agitation" is from s. I was so scared and shook up that I was afraid to sleep alone.
I asked him if he knew the answer, but he just shook his head. Old Norse, Swedish skaka, Danish skage "to shift, turn, veer". Old English sceacan "move something quickly to and fro, brandish; move the body or a part of it rapidly back and forth;" also "go, glide, hasten, flee, depart" cf.
In reference to mixing ingredients, etc. The fender shoved the ole man around some, but I reckon he only got shook up. Meaning "a hard shock" is from s.
To tremble used more often of a person is to be agitated by intermittent, involuntary movements of the muscles, much like shivering and caused by fear, cold, weakness, great emotion, etc.: Meaning "weaken, impair" is from late 14c.
To shake is to agitate more or less quickly, abruptly, and often unevenly so as to disturb the poise, stability, or equilibrium of a person or thing: Show More Origin of shake before ; v.
No certain cognates outside Germanic, but some suggest a possible connection to Sanskrit khaj "to agitate, churn, stir about," Old Church Slavonic skoku "a leap, bound," Welsh ysgogi "move.
To vibrate is to exhibit a rapid, rhythmical motion: Meaning "to rid oneself of by abrupt twists" is from c.