NED can refer to:
- In science and technology
- Nano-emissive display, a type of flat panel display
- NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database, a database of information on galaxies, quasars, and other astronomical objects outside the Milky Way galaxy
- National Elevation Dataset, topographic data
- A medical abbreviation for "No evidence of disease"
- North east down axial system
- In business
- New England Digital, a synthesizer company
- A Non-executive director of a company
- In organisations
- National Endowment for Democracy
- New English Dictionary, the original title of the Oxford English Dictionary
- NED University of Engineering and Technology in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
- Nederland 1 also known as NED 1, a Dutch television channel
- Nederland 2 also known as NED 2, a Dutch television channel
- Nederland 3 also known as NED 3, a Dutch television channel
- In international relations
- IOC and FIFA code for the Netherlands
- Other uses
- "New Engine Desperado", a type of UK railfan, see list of UK railfan jargon
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Famous quotes containing the word ned:
“I dont know how you feel, professor, but I feel like a knife thats just stabbed a friend in the back.”
—Earl Felton, and Richard Fleischer. Ned Land (Kirk Douglas)
“Where is the world we roved, Ned Bunn?
Hollows thereof lay rich in shade
By voyagers old inviolate thrown
Ere Paul Pry cruised with Pelf and Trade.
To us old lads some thoughts come home
Who roamed a world young lads no more shall roam.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)