If the Lone Ranger called his horse by its chemical symbol, which would he cry out?

If the Lone Ranger called his horse by its chemical symbol, which would he cry out?

“Hi-Yo, Au!”
“Hi-Yo, Si!”
“Hi-Yo, Ag!”

“Hi-Yo, Silver” was the command given by the Lone Ranger to his horse Silver to urge him to break into a fast gallop, in the Western radio and television series The Lone Ranger. The horse was named by Tonto who once remarked that the horse’s coat looked like silver. Silver is the most reflective of all metals. Its chemical symbol, Ag, is an abbreviation of the Latin word for silver – Argentum. The Latin word originates from argues, a Sanskrit word meaning shining. The white shiny metal is valued for its decorative beauty and its electrical conductivity.

Answer: The correct answer is Hi-Yo, Ag!.

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