noun Classical Mythology.
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With names like Nestor, Clarissa, and Ludwig, the characters are equally referential.
Nestor Ramirez, a book promoter from Mexico City was equally pessimistic.
Wish Nestor Carbonell had more to do.Verdict: Crossed lines.TV Preview: Snap Judgments of 2011-2012's New Shows|Jace Lacob, Maria Elena Fernandez|June 12, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He spotted Nestor Gabriel Caballero Gutierrez, 39, of Aloha, Oregon, limping down the road.
Nestor, in the chariot of Diomede, goes against Hector, whose charioteer is slain by Diomede.
Maybe we can find the batteries somewhere in the dirt, suggested Nestor.The Motor Boys Overland|Clarence Young
And the goddess told Telemachus that Nestor, the King whom he had come to seek, was on the shore.The Adventures of Odysseus and The Tales of Troy|Padriac Colum
Here a six-foot Stoic, the Nestor of the glen, is very formally going through the ceremony of loading.
Another indeed would have removed it with difficulty from the table, being full; but aged Nestor raised it without difficulty.
name for "old king renowned for wise counsel," 1580s, from Greek, name of the aged and wise hero in the "Iliad," king of Pylus, who outlived three generations. Klein says the name is literally "one who blesses," and is related to nostimos "blessed;" Watkins connects it with the root of the first element in nostalgia.