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Nestor may refer to:
Arts, literature, and entertainment
- Nestor (mythology), the son of Neleus, the King of Pylos and Chloris in Greek mythology
- "Nestor", a chapter in the novel Ulysses by James Joyce
- Nestor Studios, first-ever motion picture studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles
- Nestor, The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey, a Christmas television program
- Nestor (comics), in The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé
- Nestor Burma, created by French crime novelist Léo Malet
- Nestor, in the animated television series Shorty McShorts' Shorts
- Néstor, a penguin in the film Happy Feet
- Nestor 10, the NS-series robot in the series of short-stories I, Robot
- Prince Nestor, in the animated television series World of Quest
- Nestor Willow, husband of Clarice Willow, in Caprica (TV series)
- Nestor, a group consciousness in the movie Battle Beyond the Stars
People and names
- Nestor (surname), anglicised form of Mac an Adhastair, an Irish family
- Nestor (given name), a name of Greek origin, from Greek mythology
Science and technology
- Nestor (genus), a genus of parrots in ornithology
- NESTOR Project, an international scientific collaboration for the deployment of a neutrino telescope
- NESTOR (encryption), a family of voice encryption devices used by the United States during the Vietnam War era, replaced by VINSON
- HMS Nestor, the name of three ships of the Royal Navy
- SS Nestor a number of ships of this name.
- Nestor (sternwheeler), a steamboat that operated in Oregon and Washington State.
- Nestoras, a municipality in Messenia, Greece
- Nestor, San Diego, a neighborhood within southern San Diego, California
- Nestor (solitaire), a card game
- A West Cornwall Railway steam locomotive
- Nestorianism, a doctrine that Jesus exists as two persons, one divine and the other human
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