Keyboard mapping; a map of the keys of a particular keyboard (such as an IBM 3278) to a particular display station attached to another computer or dissimilar terminal-type.
a file that links each key from your keyboard to a symbol that will be displayed on your computer
a function mapping events onto commands
a keyboard map file
a map of key events to some kind of command that should be executed when that event is received
a table mapping event types to definitions (which can be any Lisp objects, though only certain types are meaningful for execution by the command loop)
A file of keystroke shortcut assignments. The Connexion client provides a default keymap of preassigned shortcut keys. Most shortcut keystrokes are customizable.
The keymap is the data structure that records the bindings (q.v.) of key sequences to the commands that they run. For example, the global keymap binds the character C-n to the command function next-line. See section AD.4.1 Keymaps.
A keyboard definition, often stored as a file, that lets you specify particular key values for terminal emulation (such as using your computer to emulate a VT220 terminal) or to select keyboard characters required by other languages (such as German, Spanish, French etc).