1. A painful muscle spasm caused by prolonged tetanic contraction.

2. A localised muscle spasm related to occupational use, qualified according to the occupation of the sufferer; e.g., seamstress's cramp, writer's cramp.

Origin: M.E. Crampe, fr. O. Fr., fr. Germanic

(05 Mar 2000)

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