Involuntary shaking of the body or limbs, vibration movement.
Tremor
To make a deep, heavy, somewhat muffled, continuous sound as thunder.
Rumbles
On or into a ground, in a stranded condition or state.
Aground
To move or swing to and fro, as something fixed at one end or resting on a support.
Sway
Size, extent, dimensions.
Magnitude
A person who resides in a place.
Resident
Constituting an actual thing or instance, real.
Concrete
Broken bits and pieces of anything, as that which is demolished.
Rubble
To secure a ship, boat, in a particular place.
Moored
To hold out against, sustain without impairment or yielding.
Endure
To remove from a place, as a dangerous place or disaster area.
Evacuate
An unusually large sea wave produced by a sea quake.
Tsunami
Ready in action, quick to act as a occasion demands.
Prompting
The power to determinate, control, command.
Authorities
A point, directly above the true center of disturbance, where waves of an earthquake radiate.
Epicenter
Sun-dried brick made of clay and straw, in common use in countries having little rainfall.
Adobe
An extensive, continuous part of a surface, space or body.
Region