Margery. ?1373–?1440, English mystic. Her autobiography, The Book of Margery Kempe, describes her mystical experiences and pilgrimages in Europe and Palestine
(German) (ˈkɛmpə). Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1910–76, German orchestral conductor, noted esp for his interpretations of Wagner
[kem-pis] /ˈkɛm pɪs/ noun 1. Thomas à, 1379?–1471, German ecclesiastic and author. /ˈkɛmpɪs/ noun 1. Thomas à. ?1380–1471, German Augustinian monk, generally regarded as the author of the devotional work The Imitation of Christ
[kempt] /kɛmpt/ adjective 1. neatly or tidily kept: a kempt little cottage. 2. combed, as hair. /kɛmpt/ adjective 1. (of hair) tidy; combed See also unkempt adj. “well-combed, neat,” late 14c., from past tense of dialectal kemb, from Old English cemdan (see unkempt). A rare word after c.1500; any modern use probably is a whimsical […]
[kemp] /kɛmp/ noun 1. a short, coarse, brittle fiber, used chiefly in the manufacture of carpets. /kɛmp/ noun 1. a coarse hair or strand of hair, esp one in a fleece that resists dyeing
helper of God, or assembly of God. (1.) The third son of Nahor (Gen. 22:21). (2.) Son of Shiphtan, appointed on behalf of the tribe of Ephraim to partition the land of Canaan (Num. 34:24). (3.) A Levite (1 Chr. 27:17).