Kamp m (genitive Kamps, plural Kämpe)
From Old High German kamb, from Proto-Germanic *kambaz. Cognate with German Kamm, Dutch kam, English comb, Icelandic kambur.
Kamp m (plural Kämm)
kamp n (plural kampen, diminutive kampje n)
From Latin campus (“open space; battlefield”).
kamp m (plural kampen, diminutive kampje n)
In the Netherlands kamp is seldom used as a word to describe battle, gevecht is more common. However, in Flanders the usage is very common.
From Latin campus, via Middle Low German kamp
kamp m (definite singular kampen, indefinite plural kamper, definite plural kampene)
kamp m (definite singular kampen, indefinite plural kampar, definite plural kampane)
From Middle Low German kamp, from Old Saxon kamp, from Latin campus. Thus originally the same word as Kampf (“fight”).