The state motto of Texas is "Friendship".
The Texas state motto was adopted by Texas legislature in the year of 1930.
"Texas" or "Tejas" is a Spanish pronunciation of a name of a native Indian Caddo tribe and their land.
The Caddo's (or Tejas') name for allies or friendship is "taysha".
The Spanish in this way adopted a derivation of "taysha" as a descriptive name for the friendly
tribes in what is today Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Many probably think "Remember the Alamo" is the Texas state motto. This is not completely out in the blue
as it was the Texas motto for the Republic of Texas from 1836 to 1845.
Other mottos and slogans of Texas:
Some funny mottos and politically incorrect slogans of Texas:
- It's Like a Whole Other Country
- Don't Mess with Texas
- State of the Arts
- Everything's Bigger in Texas
- A Great, Big Flat State
- Si' Hablo Ing'les (Yes, I Speak English)
- Everything's More Texan in Texas
- Only Sure Things in Life are Death and TX
- Come for the Adventure ... Stay for Your Wrongful Execution
- Belt Buckles as Big as Your Head
- I Messed With Texas and Now I Have a Rash