Tonne (disambiguation)

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Tonne is a metric unit of mass.

Tonne, Tønne, Tønnes, Tönnes or Tonnes may also refer to:



Tonnes, Norway Village in Northern Norway, Norway

Tonnes is a village in Lurøy Municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the mainland coast, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of the town of Mo i Rana. It lies on a peninsula in the far northern edge of the municipality, to the north of the islands of Aldra and Lurøya, east of Storselsøya, and south of Rangsundøya.

Sainte-Croix-Grand-Tonne Part of Thue et Mue in Normandy, France

Sainte-Croix-Grand-Tonne is a former commune in the Calvados department in the Normandy region in northwestern France. On 1 January 2017, it was merged into the new commune Thue et Mue.


Tonne, Tønne, or Tönne are Norwegian diminuative forms of the name Antonius and an alternative form of the name Tönius in Norway. They may refer to the following people:

Tonnes and Tønnes are Danish diminuative forms of the name Antonius. The former is an alternative form of the name Antoni that is used in Denmark and Greenland, while the later is also a Norwegian diminuative forms of the name Antonius, like Tonne, that is used as an alternate form of the name Tönius that is used in Denmark, Greenland and Norway. Notable people with this name include the following:

A tønne is an old Norwegian unit of volume equivalent to a barrel. There was a dry tønne and a liquid tønne. The volume of a tønne has varied over time in Norway, including many local variations.

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A ton is a unit of mass, force, volume, energy or power.

Tonny is a 1962 Norwegian drama film.

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