Can anyone translate this for me please: " E Pluribus Unum". It would be greatly appreciated.
E pluribus unum is Latin and translated to English means "Out of many one"
E pluribus unum, Latin for "Out of Many One"Is a motto Requested by Pierre Eugene du SIMIT (originally Pierre-Eugène Ducimetière) and found in 1776 on the Seal of the United States, Along with Annuit coeptis and Novus ordo seclorum, And adopted by an Act of Congress in 1782. The phrase originally came from Moretum, A poem attributed to Virgil but with the actual author unknown. In the poem text, color est e pluribus unus describes the blending of colors into one.
Thank you very much! I knew the saying to be part of the Seal of the United States but I did not know the exact meaning. Cheers! I appreciate the "speed" with which the answer came by.
Out of many one is what it means, seal of the United States
E Pluribus Unum is Latin for "out of many, one." . It refers to the thirteen smaller colonies of the states joining together to be one single nation.
It can also be used as "one from many".
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