Nicholas Trübner (June 17, 1817 –March, 20 1884) was a German-born British publisher and bookseller. He was notable in developing business connections and scholarly interest in the United States and India, leading him to publish monthlies titled Trübner's American and Oriental Record and Trübner's Oriental Series. His fascination with linguistics led him to publish works by related learned societies like the Royal Asiatic Society and he privately undertook study of Hebrew and Sanskrit. He married the daughter of Belgian diplomat and scholar Joseph Octave Delepierre, who also was deeply interested in languages and linguistics.