Fr.: 1) agiter, remuer; 2) émouvoir, troubler; 3) faire de l'agitation, exciter l'opinion publique
1) To move or force into violent, irregular action. To shake or move briskly.
From L. agitatus, p.p. of agitare "move to and fro," frequentative of agere "to drive," → act.
Žilidan, from Lori, Laki žil "shaking, moving," related to žir, → act.