Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†CAMP, n.1, v., adj.
1. n. “A romp; applied to both sexes” (Lth. 1825 Jam.2).
2. v. “To play the romp” (Ib.).
3. adj. (See second quot.) Cf. Kempy, adj. (2).
Ayr. 1830 Galt Lawrie Todd i. ii.:
She was really, though at times a camp randy, a pawkie and droll carlin. Slk. 1825 Jam.2:
Camp, brisk, active, spirited. My horse is very camp the day; he is in good spirits. The same term is applied to a cock, a dog, etc.
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