Hi there, Thanks in advance for your help on this, I hope I'm able to find someone with this knowledge! When my grandfather passed, we found a "coat of arms" or family crest on a plate with the Latin phrase "Probitas Verces Honos" on it. I already know the translation of this would be something along the lines of "Integrity (or Honesty) is true honor." My questions is about the word "Verces." When looking up this phrase, I often see "Verus" used, and I know about the word "Veritas" but maybe that has to do with the noun "truth" versus the adjective "true." So is "Verces" the correct word here? Should it be "Verus?" I've never seen any other use of the word "Verces" so I'm hoping someone can enlighten me! Thanks so much.