Definition of Kamme
1. kam [adj] - See also: kam
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kamme
kamme (current term)
Literary usage of Kamme
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases at Law, Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals and by South Carolina Court of appeals, South Carolina Court of errors (1844)
"How else is Lawton ever to recover over against kamme ? kamme must be first made debtor to Smith »t Groning. Thi* is the issue; but how is the affirmative ..."
2. Geological Survey of Japan: Reports of Progress for 1878 and 1879 by Benjamin Smith Lyman (1879)
"Of charcoal in the same time 4200 or 4300 kamme are charged ; and of wood 720 or 730 kamme are used for making ashes and 1200 or 1300 kamme for drying the ..."
3. Report of the Proceedings of the Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of (1891)
"The ore charged in one operation of three days amounts to 220 or 230 boxes of 14 or 15 kamme (sometimes 17 or 18 kamme), say 3300 kamme (but possibly about ..."
4. Mysore: A Gazetteer Compiled for Government by Benjamin Lewis Rice (1897)
"The kamme country seems to have been to the east of the Kolar District. ... (4997) originally formed a portion either of the A'ruve'lu or the kamme, ..."
5. Mysore: A Gazetteer Compiled for Government by Benjamin Lewis Rice (1897)
"The kamme country seems to have been to the east of the Kolar District. ... or the kamme, but were selected as his disciples by ..."