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00:59 Nov 20, 2008
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Latin term or phrase:ex infernus - ex infernum
Another question: do both of these phrases means basically the same thing: "from hell"?
I've seen bother "infernus" and "infernum" used.
"Ex Infernus" seems to be a common phrase I've seen/read/heard, so I'm wondering if that's the "proper", or if "Ex Infernum" would mean the same -- though I can find very, very few situations where it's been used (a Sonata by Beethoven I believe has the phrase in it's title).