Pragma may mean:
The Greek word pragma (??????), plural pragmata (????????), whose root meaning is 'that which has been done, an act, a deed, a fact', and whose connotations and more extended senses cover a wealth of meanings, including: action, affair, annoyance, business, circumstance, concern, expediency, government, innovation, job, matter, necessity, nuisance, object, objective, occupation, office, one's place, role, or work in life, powers that be, private affairs, res, thing, trouble. See also: result, effect, pragmatism
In computer science, or software engineering, a compiler directive communicating additional "pragmatic" information.
A model of love.
PRAGMAPacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly - PRAGMA is an open organization in which Pacific Rim institutions collaborate to develop grid-enabled applications and deploy the needed infrastructure throughout the Pacific Region to allow data, computing, and other resource sharing.