Kyma (κύμα) is a Greek word meaning wave.
Kyma may also mean:
- Kyma (sound design language), a software environment for specifying and manipulating audio signals
- KYMA-DT, the call letters of a television station in Yuma, Arizona USA.
- Kyma (automobile), an English automobile
- Kyma River, a river in Northern Russia.
Kyma is a visual programming language for sound design used by musicians, researchers, and sound designers. In Kyma, a user programs a multiprocessor DSP by graphically connecting modules on the screen of a Macintosh or Windows computer.
The Kyma was an English automobile manufactured from 1903 to 1905. Built by the New Kyma Car Company of Peckham, it came in twin-cylinder models of three and four wheels.