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Arizona - Wikipedia

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Arizona ( Listen/ɛərɪˈzoʊnə/; /ærɪˈzoʊnə/) (Navajo: Hoozdo Hahoodzo [ xòːztò xɑ̀xòːtsò] ... The state'...

How did Arizona Get its Name? | Arizona Oddities

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May 31, 2009 ... The name Arizona comes from the Papago "ali-shonak" meaning "small ... How does the change in origin of the name Arizona reflect racism?

How did Arizona get its name? | Reference.com

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Historians disagree on the origin of the state name "Arizona," but the traditional consensus is that the name is derived from the O'odham term, "Ali-Shonak" or ...

How Phoenix and Tucson (In Arizona) Got Their Names - About.com

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Find out how Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona got their names, as well as information and trivia about common misspellings of both Arizona cities.

Arizona Explained: Origin of Salt River's name - AZCentral.com

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Dec 17, 2012 ... Arizona Explained: Origin of Salt River's name,Arizona Explained: How did ... But it does look like this winter is more likely to be dry than wet.

Trade Names and Trademarks | Arizona Secretary of State

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A trade name is similar to a “doing business as” (“DBA”) name, and is not legally required but is an acceptable business practice. A trade name does not grant ...

Entity Name Availability - Arizona Corporation Commission

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If the existing corporate name or the fictitious name adopted for use in Arizona does not contain one of those words or an abbreviation of one of those words, ...

Queen Creek, AZ : Queen Creek's Name

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The Town of Queen Creek's name originated over a hundred miles away. Up in the eastern mountains surrounding the Town of Superior, the land is rich with ...

City of Tempe, AZ : How Tempe got its name

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How Did Tempe Get Its Name? The town was named Tempe in 1879. "Lord" Darrell Duppa, an Englishman who helped establish Phoenix, is credited with ...

An A-Z of country name origins | OxfordWords blog

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May 17, 2016 ... It has also been suggested that the country took its name from ...... and we are Kartvelians, plus, the name Georgia does not come from the ...

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Arizona State Name Origin - Origin of "Arizona" - State Symbols USA

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What does "Arizona" mean? The name Arizona is the Spanish interpretation of " arizuma," an Aztec Indian word that means "silver-bearing." It's also based on the  ...

How Did Arizona Get Its Name? | SouthernArizonaGuide.com

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Historians disagree about the meaning and source of name Arizona. Historian James H. McClintock notes that the name was probably derived from a native ...

AZ Explained: Alma School named for Mormon prophet

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Nov 6, 2012 ... Boy, did we get carried away answering this one. A reader wants to know how Alma School Road, a big swath that runs through Mesa and ...