KJV Dictionary Definition: camp


CAMP, n.

1. The ground on which an army pitch their tents, whether for a night or a longer time.

2. The order or arrangement of tents, or disposition of an army, for rest; as, to pitch a camp. Also, the troops encamped on the same field.

3. An army.

CAMP, v.t. or I. To rest or lodge, as an army, usually in tents; to pitch a camp; to fix tents; but seldom used. See Encamp.


CAMPING, ppr. Encamping.

CAMPING, n. A playing at football.