Coat of arms of Vanuatu

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Coat of arms of Vanuatu
Coat of arms of Vanuatu.svg
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Armiger Republic of Vanuatu
Adopted 1980
Escutcheon a Melanesian warrior holding the spear standing before the mountain superimposed on the boar's tusk encircling two-crossed namele fern fronds and the golden scroll on the bottom with the National Motto
Motto LONG GOD YUMI STANAP
"WITH GOD WE STAND"

The Coat of arms of Vanuatu features a Melanesian warrior holding the spear standing before the mountain superimposed on the boar's tusk encircling two crossed namele fern fronds and the golden scroll on the bottom with the National Motto that reads LONG GOD YUMI STANAP (In Bislama for, "WITH GOD WE STAND" the Bis lama "long" is a preposition derived from the word "along" and has several flexible meanings, "in, on, at," and "with." When used referring to another with personhood, it is generally understood to mean "with (said person.)"

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