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40 Catchy Maryland Slogans, State Motto, Nicknames and Sayings

In this post you will find 40 Catchy Maryland State Slogans, Maryland State Motto, Maryland State Nicknames and Maryland Sayings

 

Maryland State Motto

“Fatti Maschii, Parole Femine”  (Strong deeds, gentle words)

 

Maryland State Nicknames

 

The Old Line State

 

The Cockade State

 

The Free State

 

The Monumental State

 

The Queen State

 

The Oyster State

 

Maryland Slogans

 

If you’re looking for a merry land, go to Maryland!

 

America in Miniature

 

More Than You Can Imagine

 

Seize the Day Off

 

Maryland: Terrapin State

 

A Thinking Man’s Delaware

 

A State of Freedom

 

Maryland: The line between heaven and here

 

Come! Experience the Free and Merry Land

 

Free Yourself! Come to Maryland

 

Maryland: Crab State

 

A Free Colony for you!

 

Kiss me I am from Maryland

 

America in Miniature

 

Keep calm and visit Maryland

 

Where the OLD SOUTH begins!

 

Where the South began!

 

We’re too Crabby for our own good!

 

future home of Hall of Famer

 

Eat, Drink and be Mary-land

 

Maryland: Chesapeake State

 

City lights, ocean nights, historical sites

 

If You Can Dream It, We Can Tax It

 

Experience the Free and Merry land

 

Oceanfront opportunities

 

If it Weren’t for Washington, You Wouldn’t Find Us

 

Maryland Sayings

 

“Living in Maryland, I saw that the opportunities were far greater in California than back home.”

 

“Pizza Taste Better When Cut into Squares.”

 

“Our story, Maryland’s story, is the story of better choices and better results.”

 

“Even Saying “Colts” Is A Sin in Maryland.”

 

“Marylanders Can Tell You Anything and Everything About Lacrosse.”

 

“No state can match the beauty of the Chesapeake Bay, our beaches and farms, or the mountains of Western Maryland, the Port of Baltimore, or the historic charm of every corner of our state.” Larry Hogan

 

“The Catholics of Maryland were the first people on the new continent to declare universal religious toleration. Let this be remembered to their eternal honor.” Robert Green Ingersoll

 

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