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A tramp is a long-term homeless person who travels from place to place as an itinerant vagrant, traditionally walking or hiking.
Tramp may also refer to:
- The Tramp, an iconic character played by Charlie Chaplin
- The Tramp (film), a 1915 short film in which he appeared
- "The Tramp" (song), one of Joe Hill's best-known songs
- "Tramp" (The Stranglers song),a 1981 album track by British rock group The Stranglers
- "Tramp" (song), a 1967 song recorded by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas
- Tramp (album) a 2012 album recorded by Sharon Van Etten
- Tramp (Lady and the Tramp), a character in Disney's movie Lady and the Tramp
- Trampin', a 2004 album by Patti Smith
- The Trammps, an early disco band (fl. 1972–1983)
- Tramp (nightclub), a London nightclub
- "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!", a 1864 U.S. Civil War song by George F. Root
- Tramp (band), a British blues band
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People named or nicknamed "Tramp"
- Czech tramping, the name of youth and social-culture movement in Czechoslovakia from 1918 onwards
- Tramp, a slang term for a prostitute in both American and British English; a harlot
- Tramp, more commonly a slang term for a loose woman in both American and British English; a slut
- Tramp steamer, a seagoing vessel which undertakes voyages for hire, as opposed to one making regular runs on a specified route
- Tramping, a commonly used New Zealand term for a hike ("tramp"), usually with at least one overnight stay in the outdoors
- TRAMP, or Transparent Remote (file), Access, Multiple Protocol, a software package allowing remote file-editing in an Emacs-style environment
- USS Tramp (SP-646), a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1919
- Saddle Tramp (disambiguation), multiple uses
- British Tramp Shipping, 1750-1914[clarification needed]
- A Tramp Abroad, an 1880 non-fiction book by Mark Twain
- TranP, an adherent of Transnational progressivism
- Supertramp (disambiguation)
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