Virtute et armis

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Virtute et armis is a Latin phrase meaning "By valor and arms". It is the state motto of Mississippi. It may have come from the motto of Lord Gray De Wilton, "virtute non armis fido" ("I trust in virtue, not in arms").[1]

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  1. "Virtute et armis in English - Latin-English Dictionary". Glosbe. Retrieved 2020-08-12.