The Collaborative International Dictionary
Kempe \Kem"pe\ (k[e^]m"pe), a.
Rough; shaggy. [Obs.] ``Kempe hairs.''
Kempe may refer to:
Usage examples of "kempe".
He stood before Will in his prime, not yet run to fat, and there too were Ned Alleyn and Kempe and Armin, Heminges and Condell, Lowin and Crosse and Phillips with the rest.
He had never cared much for bull or bear baiting, but loved the plays, and a man named Will Kempe was a great favorite.