Netto is Danish/Norwegian/Swedish/Dutch/German for "net" (the antonym of gross). In most European languages the word "netto" refers to net worth or net pay.

It may also refer to:

  • Netto (store), an international, Denmark-based supermarket chain with stores also in Germany, UK, Poland, Sweden who used the tag line "Scandinavian for value".
  • Netto (Les Mousquetaires), a French supermarket chain with stores also in Portugal
  • Netto Marken-Discount, a German supermarket chain owned by EDEKA
  • Eugen Netto, a German mathematician
  • Netto (film), a 2005 film set in Berlin
  • Igor Netto (1930—1999) is a Soviet footballer (soccer).
  • Ladislau de Souza Mello Netto (1838-1894), Brazilian botanist
  • Japanese Given name for the video game character Lan Hikari

Other articles related to "netto":

Ladislau De Souza Mello Netto
... Ladislau de Souza Mello Netto (1838–1894) was a Brazilian botanist and director of the Brazilian National Museum in Rio de Janeiro ... Ladislau Netto was appointed museum director in 1870, as a substitute, and 1876, as full director, by the Brazilian Emperor Dom Pedro II, who strove to ... Thus, Ladislau Netto became the most influential Brazilian scientist of his times, with a mandate for modernizing and expanding the museum and making contacts with foreign scientists ...
Netto (store) - Geographic Coverage - Other Countries
... The Netto name is also used in other countries such as Spain and France, but these stores are independent from the Scandinavian Netto ... The Spanish Netto is a chain of convenience stores owned by DinoSol and the French Netto is a discount chain owned by Les Mousquetaires ...
Leandro Netto De Macedo
... Leandro Netto de Macedo (born 7 May 1979 in Rio de Janeiro), known as Netto, is a Brazilian footballer ...
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