e pluribus unum

Latin phrase
e plu·ri·bus unum | \ˌē-ˌplu̇r-ə-bəs-ˈ(y)ü-nəm, ˌā-ˌplu̇r-i-bu̇s-ˈü-nu̇m \

Definition of e pluribus unum 

: out of many (states or colonies), one (nation) used on the Great Seal of the U.S. and on several U.S. coins

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