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Vamp or vamps may refer to:
- Vamp (shoe), the upper part of a shoe
- Vamp (woman), a seductress or femme fatale; derived from "vampire"
- Vamp (music), a repeating musical figure or accompaniment
- Vamp (firefighter), a slang term for a volunteer firefighter in the USA
Science and technology
- VAMP (VMS, Apache, MySQL, PHP), a variation of LAMP (software bundle)
- VAMP Research Databank, former name of the General Practice Research Database
- Vesicle-associated membrane protein, a family of proteins
- The VAMP Regimen, a chemotherapy regimen for the treatment of low-risk childhood Hodgkin lymphoma
- Project Vamp, a U.S. Navy hydrologic survey
- V.A.M.P. (G.I. Joe), a toy vehicle
- Venus Atmospheric Maneuverable Platform (VAMP), an inflatable robotic aircraft for Venus
- VaMP, the first autonomous car that drove long distances in traffic
- "Vamps" short for De Haviland Vampire plane in Rhodesia
- Vamp (band), a Norwegian folk music band
- Vamps (band), a Japanese rock band formed in 2008
- The Vamps (Australian band), formed in 1965
- The Vamps (British band), a band formed in 2012
- Vamps (album), the 2009 self-titled debut album of the Japanese band Vamps
Film, television and theatre
- Vamp (film), 1986 vampire film
- Vamps (film), 2012 horror-comedy film
- Vamp (telenovela), a Brazilian telenovela
- The Vamp, a 1955 musical comedy
- Theda Bara, American silent film actress nicknamed "The Vamp"
- Vamp Creek, a river in Manitoba, Canada
- Vamp Building, a building in Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
- Seattle Vamps, a women's ice hockey team
- Vamp!, a light novel series by Ryohgo Narita
- All pages beginning with "Vamp"
- All pages with a title containing Vamp
- Vampire (disambiguation)
- Vampirella, a fictional character
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