Quake - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Quake

[ 1,,G1790, entromos ]
an adjective signifying trembling with fear" (en, "in," tremo, "to tremble"), is used with eimi, "to be," in Hebrews 12:21 (some mss. have ektromos, with the same meaning), "I quake," lit., "I am trembling." It is used with ginomai, "to become," in Acts 7:32, "trembled," lit., "became trembling," and Acts 16:29, RV, "trembling for fear" (AV, "came trembling"). See TREMBLE.

[ 2,,G4579, seio ]
"did quake," Matthew 27:51; Matthew 28:4, RV (AV, "did shake"). See MOVE, No. 3, SHAKE, TREMBLE.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words