Strength and vigilance.
Both gentle and strong is the English equivalent of 'et suavis et fortis'. In the word by word translation, the conjunctions 'et ... et' mean 'both ... and'. The adjective 'suavis' means 'gentle'. The adjective 'fortis' means 'strong'.
"Fortis Non Ferox" is latin for "Strength not Fierceness". It is the Motto of the Kimball Family.
Fortius quo fidelius means "stronger because more faithful." The commonest rendering of this into idiomatic English is "strength through loyalty."
Fortis et liber (Strong and free) .
These are two separate phrases:Veritas vos liberabit is "the truth will set you free".Semper vigilo, fortis paratus et fidelis is "I am always keeping watch, strong, prepared and faithful".
et quand ? means 'and when?' in English.
et means and in english
Fortis et egregius Bold and excellent
Et felie is not french
'and you' (in a polite way, or in plural) 'et vous' means 'and you' in English.
Et demain means 'and tomorrow'
Raimondo Giovanni Fortis has written: 'De febribvs et morbis mvliervm' -- subject(s): Fever, Diseases, Women