Portugal has no official motto.
From 1926 to 1974, the motto was 'Deus, Pátria e Família!' ('God, Country and Family'). On Apr 25 1974 the 'Cloves Revolution' took place and, since this was a fascist motto, it was basically forgotten and disused.
The motto of Catholic University of Portugal is 'A Ω Veritati'.
The motto of Kingdom of Portugal is 'Vis Unita Maior Nunc et Semper'.
I don't think Portugal has a motto, but according to this webpage: http://www.azureva.co.uk/portugal/portugal-general-informations.html it is "O bem da Nação" which means "The good of the nation". I am Portuguese and have never heard this, so I still sustain it has no motto...
Portugal Cove-St. Philip's's motto is 'Where the Sun Meets the Sea'.
The motto of National Republican Guard - Portugal - is 'Pela Lei e Pela Grei'.
The motto of Kingdom of Portugal is 'The united force now and always'.
There is none. Not all countries have a national motto. Portugal is one such country. For it's not known to have a saying that either characterizes the entire nation or indicates the national mission. Portugal is located on the southwest coast of Europe. The country shares space with neighboring Spain on the Iberian Peninsula. And Spain has a national motto, which is 'Plus Ultra', or 'Further Beyond'. The motto is a challenge to the ancient warning that was carved into the ancient Pillars of Hercules. The Pillars were one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They were located near the meeting of the Mediterranean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean. They served to warn ancient sailors of the limits of the known world of the Mediterranean. That warning was 'Nec Plus Ultra', or 'No further beyond [this point]'. But Portugal may not have found it necessary to have a national motto. It even may have been redundant to do so. For the Portuguese always have been known for going further beyond, in the challenges that they have raised and met. Examples are the founding of an independent nation, the keeping of a distinct national identify, and the knowing of the rest of the world through the courage and skills of their navigators and sailors.
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The motto of Kent is 'Invicta (motto)'.
The country that is located on Portugal is Portugal.
Walsingham School's motto is 'No Motto'.
about 170 miles from Lisbon Portugal to Porto Portugal
Yes, motto is a noun; a motto is a saying, an expression, a guiding principle. A motto is a thing.
Spain is to the East of Portugal.
Portugal Portugal The Isles in lower Portugal.
Spain is known as Spain and Portugal as Portugal.
It is in Portugal but is spelled Porto and it is in the northern part of portugal
Francia --- France Portugal --- Portugal
Venezuela is faster to Portugal than new york is to Portugal
Motto non habemus Translation: Motto we do not have
Motto is a noun.
Belmont Academy's motto is 'as the co-motto'.
This is further distance from Venezuela to Portugal than it is from New York to Portugal. From Venezuela to Portugal it is 4,252 miles. From New York to Portugal it is 3,376 miles.
Chile to Portugal is the farthest.