Zeno may mean:
- Zeno (emperor) (c.425–491), Emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire 474–491
- Zeno of Citium (333–264 BC), Hellenistic philosopher of the Painted Porch, founder of Stoicism
- Zeno of Elea (c.490–c.430 BC), Hellenic Eleatic philosopher, follower of Parmenides and famous for his paradoxes
- Zeno of Sidon (first century BC), Epicurean philosopher
- Zeno of Tarsus (third century BC), Middle Stoa philosopher
- St. Zeno of Verona (c.300–c.380), Roman Catholic Saint and an early Christian Bishop or martyr
- The Zeno brothers (fourteenth century), Antonio, Carlo, and Nicolò Zeno, Venetian navigators
- Nicolò Zeno (younger), publisher of the Zeno map
- Zeno's paradoxes, paradoxes by Zeno of Elea
- Zeno (crater), a lunar impact crater
- Zeno programming language, an imperative procedural programming language designed to be easy to learn and user friendly
- Quantum Zeno effect, an effect in quantum mechanics which disallows certain conditions in the decaying of a quantum state
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