Oro-y-plata



[aw-raw ee plah-tah; English awr-oh ee plah-tuh] /ˈɔ rɔ i ˈplɑ tɑ; English ˈɔr oʊ i ˈplɑ tə/

Spanish.
1.
gold and silver: motto of Montana.

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