U.S. State Mottoes Without Common Words

Identify the states with mottoes that do not contain any of the following words:

Equal/equality
Free/freedom/liberty/independence
God
People
Right/rights/righteous/righteousness
Star/stars
Union/united/unity
Non-English words that would translate to one of these words still count
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Last updated: November 18, 2018
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Motto
State
Agriculture and Commerce
Tennessee
Alis volat propriis ("She flies with her own wings")
Oregon
Alki ("By and by")
Washington
All For Our Country
Nevada
Crescit eundo ("It grows as it goes")
New Mexico
Dirigo ("I lead")
Maine
Dum spiro spero/Animis opibusque parati ("While I breathe, I hope/Ready in soul and resource")
South Carolina
Esse quam videri ("To be, rather than to seem")
North Carolina
Esto perpetua ("Let it be perpetual")
Idaho
Eureka ("I have found it")
California
Excelsior ("Ever upward")
New York
Fatti maschii, parole femine (Manly deeds, womanly words)
Maryland
Forward
Wisconsin
Friendship
Texas
Motto
State
Hope
Rhode Island
Industry
Utah
Labor omnia vincit ("Labor conquers all things")
Oklahoma
Nil sine numine ("Nothing without providence")
Colorado
North to the future
Alaska
Oro y plata ("Gold and silver")
Montana
Qui transtulit sustinet ("He who transplanted sustains")
Connecticut
Serit ut alteri saeclo prosit ("One sows for the benefit of another age ")
North Dakota
Sic semper tyrannis ("Thus always to tyrants")
Virginia
Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice ("If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you")
Michigan
The Crossroads of America
Indiana
Virtute et armis ("By valor and arms")
Mississippi
Wisdom, Justice, Moderation
Georgia
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Level 84
Nov 25, 2020
Neat idea. I did very poorly, didn't even get my current state of residence. Guess I never paid much attention to state mottoes.