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-*[[Auckland Grammar School]], [[Mount Albert Grammar School]] (also [[Auckland Girls' Grammar School]], [[Takapuna Grammar School]]): Per Angusta ad Augusta ({{lang-la|Through endeavour to greatness}})+*[[Auckland Grammar School]], [[Mount Albert Grammar School]] (also [[Auckland Girls' Grammar School]], [[Takapuna Grammar School]]): [[Per Angusta ad Augusta]] ({{lang-la|Through endeavour to greatness}})
*[[Avondale College]]: Kohia nga taikaka ({{lang-mi|Seek the Heartwood}}) *[[Avondale College]]: Kohia nga taikaka ({{lang-mi|Seek the Heartwood}})
*[[Macleans College]]: Virtue Mine Honour *[[Macleans College]]: Virtue Mine Honour

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This is a list of mottos of organizations, institutions, municipalities and authorities.

Contents

Organizations

National mottos

Cultural, philanthropic and scientific

Public service and youth service

Police and public safety

Sport and competition

Politics

Heritage and historical

Religion

Business

Dynasties

Medical

Other

Military and governmental

Municipalities

Australasia

New South Wales

New Zealand

Northern Territory

Queensland

Southern Australia

Canada

British Columbia

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Quebec

Sasketchewan

Europe

Indonesia

  • Bandung: Gemah Ripah Wibawa Mukti (rich soil, prosperous people)
    Rarasing Rasa Wiwaraning Praja, a Javanese sengkala, (referring to the year of 1966), people's harmonious feeling for entering a gate of prosperity
  • Karawang: Pangkal Perjuangan (Struggle starting point)

India

  • Kolkatta (Calcutta): Purosree Bibardhan (Bengali: Progress of the city)
  • Mumbai: Yato Dharmastato Jaya (यतो धर्मस्ततो जय) (Sanskrit: Where there is righteousness, there shall be victory). Pre-independence motto: Urbs Primis in Indis (India's first city)
  • Kerala: Ever To Be The Best (Tolins World School)

Republic of Ireland

Latin America

United Kingdom

Gloucestershire

Greater London

Greater Manchester

Hampshire

Kent

Lancashire

Leicestershire

Lincolnshire

Merseyside

  • Liverpool: Not For Ourselves, But For The Whole World

Norfolk

Northumbria

Scotland

Northern Ireland

County Antrim
County Londonderry

Wales

  • Merthyr Tydfil: Nid Cadern Ond Brodyrdde (Welsh: No strength but in fellowship)
  • Llandudno: Hardd Hafan Hedd (Welsh: Beautiful haven of peace)
  • Newport: Terra Marique (By land and sea)

United States of America

California

  • San Francisco: Oro en Paz, Fierro en Guerra (Gold in peace, iron in war)

Florida

Illinois

Indiana

Massachusetts

Maryland

Michigan

Minnesota

Pennsylvania

Virginia

British counties

England

Traditional

Modern

Former

Scotland

Wales

Traditional

Modern

Mottos of the Livery Companies of the City of London

Educational institutions

Australia

Belgium

Canada

Denmark

France

Germany

India

Ireland

Malaysia

Netherlands

New Zealand

Pakistan

Philippines

Poland

Singapore

Sweden

Turkey

UK

Universities

Schools

US

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