neatly or tidily kept:
a kempt little cottage.
combed, as hair.
(of hair) tidy; combed See also unkempt
“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 back-formation from unkempt.
[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).
[ken] /kɛn/ noun 1. knowledge, understanding, or cognizance; mental perception: an idea beyond one’s ken. 2. range of sight or vision. verb (used with object), kenned or kent, kenning. 3. Chiefly Scot. 4. Scots Law. to acknowledge as heir; recognize by a judicial act. 5. Archaic. to see; descry; recognize. 6. British Dialect Archaic. verb […]
[kuh-naf] /kəˈnæf/ noun 1. a tropical plant, Hibiscus cannabinus, of the mallow family, yielding a fiber resembling jute. 2. the fiber itself, used for cordage and textiles. /kəˈnæf/ noun 1. another name for ambary