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The Golden State
State Nicknames 2021
|State||State Nickname||Additional Nicknames|
|Hawaii||The Aloha State||The Pineapple State, The Rainbow State|
|Idaho||The Gem State|
|Illinois||The Prairie State||The Land of Lincoln, The Rainy State|
|Indiana||The Hoosier State||The Hoosier State, The Hospitality State|
List of U.S. state nicknames
|Arizona||Apache State Copper State Grand Canyon State|
|Arkansas||Bear State Land of Opportunity Natural State Wonder State|
|California||El Dorado State Golden State Golden West Grape State Land of Milk and Honey Sunshine State|
According to the results, the friendliest state in America is MINNESOTA. Which state is called the Golden State?…What US state is the Falcon state?
|Minnesota||Gopher State Land of 10,000 Lakes North Star State State of Hockey|
People who live in Florida are called Floridians and Floridans.
California Nicknames The Golden State (official nickname in 1968) El Dorado State Golden West Grape State Land of Milk and Honey The Land of Sunshine and Opportunity Land of Milk and Honey Land of Fruits and Nuts Where Stars Are Buried The Cereal Bowl of the Nation The Eureka State The Bear State (or Republic) The Sunshine State (in disuse) (c.f.
The Cornerstone State (used colloquially, especially with reference to Pennsylvania when it is called the Keystone State). ^ a b c d e f No official nickname. ^ Though this phrase is used on license plates, it is unclear if it is the official nickname of the Northern Mariana Islands.
The unofficial nicknames listed here have been in use for a long time or have gained wide currency. People’s Park in Berkeley was a center of 1960s counterculture activity remembered in the sobriquet “The People’s Republic of Berkeley.” Castroville’s nickname celebrates its status as a producer of artichokes.
(US) Term used by locals in Northern Michigan to describe tourists who patronize the region’s fudge shops. (Brazil) A person from Rio Grande do Sul. For usage in the rest of South America, see “Terms for people from non-specific geographical areas” below. (UK) A person from Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyneside, and also the dialect spoken there.