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Ti sumaganad ket listaan Listaan dagiti birngas ti estado iti Estados Unidos, a nairaman dagiti opisial a naamponan a birngas ken dagiti sabsabali a tinawtawid a birngas dagiti tunggal maysa nga estado ken distrito iti Estados Unidos. Dagiti agdama nga opisial a birngas ti estado ket naipapuskol.

Dagiti birngas ti estado[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

Estado Birngas wenno dagiti birngas
 Alabama
(Awan ti opisial a birngas)[1]
 Alaska
 Arizona
 Arkansas
 California
 Colorado
 Connecticut
 Delaware
  • Chemical Capital of the World[24] (due to one time being the corporate headquarters for several international chemical companies.)
  • Corporate Capital (due to the state's business-friendly incorporation laws)[24]
  • Diamond State (Thomas Jefferson is supposed to have referred to Delaware as being like a diamond- small in size but great in value)[25]
  • Blue Hen State or Blue Hen Chicken State[26]
  • The First State[24][27] (Delaware was the first state to ratify the Constitution; agdama nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Peach State[24]
  • Small Wonder[24]
 Washington, D.C.
  • Nation's Capital[28]
  • DMV (nickname for the broader metropolitan area of Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia)[28]
  • Inside the Beltway
 Florida
 Georgia
  • Peach State[30] (agdama nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Cracker State — Along with Florida, Georgia had been called "The Cracker State" in earlier times, perhaps a derogatory term that referred to immigrants, called "crackers," from the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina.[31] See also Atlanta Crackers: Origin of the name
  • Empire State of the South — Georgia is the second largest state, behind New York, east of the Mississippi and was the leading industrial state of the old south[32]
  • Yankee-land of the South: Similarly to the above nickname, "Yankee-land of the South" speaks to industrial and economic development in the south. This nickname Mayo be used in a derogatory sense.[33]
  • Goober State — Refers to peanuts, the official state crop.[34]
  • State of Adventure (Adda kadagiti senial ti panagpasangbay iti kalsada)
 Hawaii
 Idaho
 Illinois[43]
 Indiana
 Iowa
 Kansas
  • America's Bread Basket
  • Wheat State (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Home of Beautiful Women[47]
  • Central State[12]
  • Sunflower State[12]
 Kentucky
 Louisiana
 Maine
 Maryland
 Massachusetts
 Michigan
  • The Great Lakes State (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Murder Mitten
  • Winter Water Wonderland (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • the Wolverine State[61]
  • The World's Motor Capital
  • Mitten State
  • America's High Five
 Minnesota
  • Butter Country
  • Gopher State[12]
  • Land of 10,000 Lakes ("10,000 Lakes" agdama nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Land of Lakes
  • Land of Sky-Blue Waters
  • New England of the West[12]
  • North Star State
  • State of Hockey[62]
  • Vikings State
  • Bread and Butter State[12]
 Mississippi
 Missouri
 Montana
  • Big Sky Country (agdama nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • The Last Best Place[64]
  • Treasure State (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
 Nebraska
  • Beef State (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Cornhusker State (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)[65]
  • Tree Planter's State
  • Bugeating State[66]
  • Blackwater State[12]
  • The Good Life (as seen on state border signs)
 Nevada
 New Hampshire
 New Jersey
 New Mexico
 New York
 North Carolina
  North Dakota
 Ohio
 Oklahoma
 Oregon
  • Beaver State
  • Union State
  • Pacific Wonderland (dati nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia ken agdama a magun-od iti manayonan iti bayad a plata)[76]
  • Sunset State
  • Webfoot State[12]
 Pennsylvania
 Puerto Rico
  • Isla del Encanto ("Island of Enchantment") (agdama nga inus-usar kadagiti plata ti lisensia)
  • Borinquen (nagan nga inted babaen dagiti indehenio a tatao, dagiti tattao a Taino)[78]
  • The Shining Star of the Caribbean
  • Progress Island[79]
 Rhode Island
 South Carolina
 South Dakota
 Tennessee
 Texas
 Utah
 Vermont
 Virginia
  • Mother of Presidents[12]
  • Mother of States[12]
  • The Old Dominion[26]
  • The Commonwealth
 Washington
 West Virginia
 Wisconsin
(Awan ti opisial a birngas)[88]
  • Cheese State
  • Badger State[12]
  • America's Dairyland[89][90] (Adda pay iti plata ti lisensia manipud iti linteg ti estado idi 1939)[88]
  • The Copper State (historikal)[91][92]
 Wyoming
  • Cowboy State
  • Equality State
  • Park State
  • Like No Place On Earth
  • Forever West (Adda kadagiti senial ti panagpasangbay iti kalsada)

Dagiti nota[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

Dagiti nagibasaran[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

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  4. ^ "Heart of Dixie". Alabama Emblems, Symbols and Honors. Alabama Department of Archives & History. 2004-06-29. Naala idi 2007-03-18. 
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  11. ^ Arkansas § 1-4-106 - State nickname Naala idi Feb. 28, 2011
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  23. ^ Conn. Stat. Sec. 3-110a, naala idi Nob. 4, 2013
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  32. ^ "History & Archaeology: Antebellum Industrialization". The New Georgia Encyclopedia. University of Georgia Press. Naala idi 2008-03-03. 
  33. ^ "Georgia". State Flags Flowers Birds Symbols and Emblems State Quarters Geography and Maps Newspapers History and Economy for the 50 States. NetState. Naala idi 2008-03-03. 
  34. ^ "Land & Resources: Peanuts". The New Georgia Encyclopedia. University of Georgia Press. Naala idi 2008-03-03. 
  35. ^ "Hawaii Revised Statutes § 5-7". Naala idi Nobiembre 4, 2013. 
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  45. ^ The unofficial sobriquet of the State of Indiana has given rise to the humorous constructions Hoosierana (the land of Hoosiers; see uses in Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame and by sports journalist Frank DeFord) and Hoosierstan (the place of Hoosiers).
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  56. ^ Andrew Ryan, Report: 'Taxachusetts' label remains part of Massachusetts' past, Boston Globe, Abril 6, 2007.
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  58. ^ 'Taxachusetts' Voters Mayo Eliminate State Income Tax, Fox News, Oktubre 7, 2008.
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  61. ^ Holland, Meegan (15 Marso 2010). "Death of Michigan's only Wolverine brings up question: Why are we still the Wolverine State?". MLive. Naala idi 14 Septiembre 2015. 
  62. ^ Jess Myers, Hockey roots run deep in Minnesota, ESPN.com, Pebrero 10, 2004
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  88. ^ a b "Wisconsin State Symbols" in Wisconsin Blue Book 2005-2006, p. 966. Wisconsin has no Official nickname.
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  90. ^ Urdang, Laurence (1988). Names and Nicknames of Places and Things. Penguin Group USA,. p. 8. ISBN 9780452009073. "America's Dairyland" A nickname of Wisconsin 
  91. ^ Kane, Joseph Nathan; Alexander, Gerard L. (1979). Nicknames and sobriquets of U.S. cities, States, and counties. Scarecrow Press. p. 412. ISBN 9780810812550. Wisconsin - America's Dairyland, The Badger State ... The Copper State ... 
  92. ^ Herman, Jennifer L. (2008). Wisconsin Encyclopedia, American Guide. North American Book Dist LLC. p. 10. ISBN 9781878592613. Nicknames Wisconsin is generally known as The Badger State, or America's Dairyland, although in the past it has been nicknamed The Copper State.