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Nexus is a Latin word for connection, usually where multiple elements meet. It may refer to:

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Law and government[edit]

  • NEXUS, a trusted traveler program of Canada and the US
  • Nexus, a person under a debt bondage contract called a nexum in ancient Rome
  • Nexus, an aspect of state income tax code in the US
  • Nexus of contracts, a legal theory
  • Nexus clause, provision of the Australian Constitution regarding the composition of parliament

Philosophy and metaphysics[edit]

  • Nexus (process philosophy), a term coined by Alfred North Whitehead to show the network actual entity from universe
  • Causal nexus, chain of causality between two or more processes

Science and technology[edit]


  • 2C-B (or Nexus), a psychedelic drug of the 2C family
  • Nexus of a gap junction, a specialized intercellular connection between a multitude of animal cell-types

Mobile devices[edit]

  • Google Nexus, a discontinued line of Android devices co-manufactured by Google
    • Nexus One, a 2010 smartphone co-manufactured with HTC
    • Nexus Player, a 2014 digital media player co-manufactured with Asus
    • Nexus Q, a 2012 digital media player

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