Unum

e pluribus unum

[e ploo-ri-boos oo-noom; English ee ploor-uh-buhs yoo-nuhm]
Latin.
out of many, one (motto of the U.S.).
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e pluribus unum (eɪ ˈplʊərɪbʊs ˈuːnʊm)
 
one out of many: the motto of the USA

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E pluribus unum [(ee ploor-uh-buhs yooh-nuhm, ooh-nuhm)]

A motto of the United States; Latin for “Out of many, one.” It refers to the Union formed by the separate states. E pluribus unum was adopted as a national motto in 1776 and is now found on the Great Seal of the United States and on United States currency.

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