Definitions for "DAMP "
Moisture; humidity; fog; fogginess; vapor.
Dejection; depression; cloud of the mind.
Being in a state between dry and wet; moderately wet; moist; humid.
Keywords:  ayler, lerheim, frisell, ornette, asbj
Damp is a quartet from Oslo, Norway, with its origin from the Norwegian State Academy of Music. The guitar player in the band, Asbjørn Lerheim, writes all the music. Some influences worth mentioning are musicians like Bill Frisell and Miles Davis, but also Ornette Coleman and Albert Ayler.
Damp is a compilation album by Foetus, released in 2006 by Ectopic Ents. Officially called a http://foetus.org/news/ "satellite appendix" album, Damp collects previously-unreleased material written since 2003; new recordings of rare Foetus material; and tracks written by and/or featuring The The, Melvins, and Rotoskop. The album is self-released by Thirlwell through the official Foetus website.
DAMP is a port of the popular LAMP deployment from the Linux world into DragonFly BSD, and also includes phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin for easy Web management of the database engines. DAMP is available as a VMware appliance.
DAMP—Deficits in Attention, Motor control and Perception—is a psychiatric concept conceived by Christopher Gillberg.
Deoxyadenosine monophosphate, a nucleotide containing adenine, a 2'-deoxyribose sugar and phosphate, part of DNA structure.
Keywords:  coal, mines, pints, vapour, gaseous
A gaseous product, formed in coal mines, old wells, pints, etc.
Historically, gases (other than air) in coal mines in England were collectively known as "damps". This comes from the German word (meaning "vapour"), and was probably introduced when German miners and mine engineers were brought to England in the 17th century to help in the development of deep mining.
lessen in force or effect; "soften a shock"; "break a fall"
Any system which, when set in motion, creates a force which inhibits that same motion, is said to exhibit damping. Damping forces are usually created by friction, either aerodynamic (external) or material (internal). *(Most true damping with regard to fishing rods is caused by air friction. Some internal material friction does exist, however.) Although most often incorrectly used within the confines of rod building, the term is generally used and understood to describe how long a rod takes to return to straight or stop, after being cast or flexed, i.e "This rod damps quickly."
make vague or obscure or make (an image) less visible; "muffle the message"
Keywords:  drainage, plan, management, area
Drainage Area Management Plan