First of all, this is technically speaking an unnamed villain, NOT Blofeld (despite resembling him). To quote Wikipedia:
John Hollis as the "bald villain in wheelchair", voiced by Robert Rietti. The character appears in the pre-credits sequence and is both unnamed and uncredited. The character contains a number of characteristics of Ernst Stavro ...
There are certain rules in relation to what can be put on gravestones.
Though these differ by authorities/ Diocese.
The Diocese of Oxford, for example, says that
"inscriptions must be simple, reverent and theologically acceptable;
they may include appropriate quotations from the scriptures or
literary sources." Nicknames or pet names are allowed, ...
No translation is given, I think, because it is not necessary to follow what is going on: Bond wins. If you understand Baccarat, you will follow the game. But let's see where my rusty French will go.
Let's use the following notation:
(time) English (French):
(0:07) 500,000 from Banker (Cinq cent mille le Banco)
(0:08) Who will match? (Qui fait Banco? (I ...
You would have thought he was in the wheelchair because of what happend in O.H.M.S.S .
here is the scene Bobsled chase neck injury blofelds neck gets caught in a branch severley injuring him . but he seems fine in diamonds are forever untill the end described in the answer above