[kam-seen, kam-sin] /kæmˈsin, ˈkæm sɪn/

a hot southerly wind, varying from southeast to southwest, that blows regularly in Egypt and over the Red Sea for about 50 days, commencing about the middle of March.
/ˈkæmsɪn; kæmˈsiːn/
a hot southerly wind blowing from about March to May, esp in Egypt


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