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EtymologyEdit

From īnferus (low).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

īnfernus (feminine īnferna, neuter īnfernum); first/second declension

  1. of the lower regions
  2. infernal, hellish
  3. (substantive, masculine singular) Hell
  4. (substantive, neuter singular) the depths of the earth
  5. (substantive, masculine plural) the spirits of the dead
  6. (substantive, neuter plural) the lower parts of the body, the abdomen

DeclensionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative īnfernus īnferna īnfernum īnfernī īnfernae īnferna
Genitive īnfernī īnfernae īnfernī īnfernōrum īnfernārum īnfernōrum
Dative īnfernō īnfernae īnfernō īnfernīs īnfernīs īnfernīs
Accusative īnfernum īnfernam īnfernum īnfernōs īnfernās īnferna
Ablative īnfernō īnfernā īnfernō īnfernīs īnfernīs īnfernīs
Vocative īnferne īnferna īnfernum īnfernī īnfernae īnferna

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