commove [kəˈmuv] v. t.
1.) To move violently, disturb, agitate, stir up, set in commotion.
2.) To move in mind or feeling, stir to emotion, rouse to passion; to excite.
3.) fig. To put into general or universal motion (Oxford English Dictionary 2nd Edition).
Etymology: Middle English commeven, from Old French commovoir, commeuv-, from Latin commovare.
"Ne I sey not this al-only for these men,
But most for wommen that bitraysed be
Through false folk; god yeve hem sorwe, amen!
That with hir grete wit and subtiltee
Bitrayse yow! And this commeveth me
To speke, and in effect yow alle I preye,
Beth war of men, and herkeneth what I seye!"
(Troilus and Criseyde, Geoffrey Chaucer, ~1385)
I was able to use this one in an essay the other day.