agito-, agit- (Latin: excite; characterized by abnormal rapidity or restlessness).
Capable of being agitated, easily moved, or disturbed.
1. To move violently; stir up or shake up.
2. To excite or disturb the feeling of.
1. Violent motion or stirring.
2. Emotional disturbance or excitement
1. A person who tries to stir up people in support of a social or political cause: often used in an unfavorable sense.
2. An apparatus for shaking or stirring, as in a washing machine
A condition in which one writes with great rapidity, leaving out words or parts of words
Abnormally rapid speech in which words are imperfectly spoken or dropped out of a sentence; also agitophasia.
Abnormally rapid speech in which words are imperfectly spoken or dropped out of a sentence; also agitolalia.
A female agitator.
To move or stirring round or about.coagitate,: To shake or mix together.
1. To stir up (the humours, spirits, etc.); to quicken (the breathing); to set in motion (the blood); to excite.
2. To torment, worry, harass, persecute.
1. Not physically moved or disturbed.
2. Not mentally disturbed; not stirred or excited by emotion or unrest.