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Nectar, in its most common modern use, refers to the sugar-rich liquid produced by the flowers of plants in order to attract pollinating animals.
Nectar was originally a name of the food or drink of the gods in Greek mythology; see ambrosia.
It may also refer to:
- Nectar (drink), a fruit juice beverage
- Nectar, Alabama, a town in central Alabama
- Nectar Covered Bridge, a former covered bridge in Alabama
- Nectar loyalty card, a loyalty card issued by a partnership of United Kingdom retailers
- Nectar, a fictional performance-enhancing drug in Free Radical Design's PS3 game, HAZE
- Nectar source, a flowering plant that produces nectar
- Mare Nectaris, the Sea of Nectar, a geographic feature of the Moon
- Nektar, a 1970s English/German progressive rock band based in Germany
- Nectar Lifesciences, an Indian pharmaceutical organisation
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