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Listaan dagiti birngas ti estado ti Estados Unidos

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 estadoUrnosen

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)

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