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vibrate: [17] Vibrate comes from Latin vibrāre ‘move quickly to and fro, shake’. This went back ultimately to a prehistoric Indo-European base *wib-, *weib- ‘move quickly to and fro’, which also produced English weave ‘move to and fro’ (as in ‘weave through the traffic’), whip, and wipe.
=> weave, whip, wipe[vibrate etymology, vibrate origin, 英语词源]