On this first day of May, "nestor" is the word of the day at wordsmith.org. I think you'll agree that this honor is prestigious and deserved. Sorry about the "old" crack, N, but at least they made you "wise." Incidentally, the anagram server at the web site is fun to play with. For example, you learn that two anagrams of "nestor" are "tenors" and "stoner." PRONUNCIATION: (NES-tuhr) MEANING: noun: A wise old man. ETYMOLOGY: From Nestor, king of Pylos, who was the oldest and wisest of the Greeks and served as a counselor in the Trojan War. Earliest documented use: around 1510.