This one may be a bit simple but it may help someone remember the syntax.
This command will mount an NFS share in linux to an exisiting empty folder called /mountpoint.
mount servername:/nfs-exported-sharename /mountpoint
The servername is the server’s name. Note this can be the UNC name (server.domain.com). The nfs-exported-sharename is the NFS share that has been exported on the NFS server. The /mountpoint is the location on the system where you would like to mount this connected share. This directory must exist and be empty before you run the command.