[in-fur-nl] /ɪnˈfɜr nl/
hellish; fiendish; diabolical:
an infernal plot.
extremely troublesome, annoying, etc.; outrageous:
an infernal nuisance.
of, inhabiting, or befitting hell.
Classical Mythology. of or relating to the underworld.
of or relating to an underworld of the dead
deserving hell or befitting its occupants; diabolic; fiendish
(informal) irritating; confounded
late 14c., in reference to the underworld, from Old French enfernal, infernal (12c.), from Late Latin infernalis “of the lower regions,” from infernus “hell” (Ambrose), literally “the lower (world),” noun use of Latin infernus “lower, lying beneath,” from infra “below” (see infra-). Meaning “devilish, hateful” is from early 15c. For the name of the place, or things which resemble it, the Italian form inferno has been used in English since 1834, from Dante. Related: Infernally.
noun 1. a concealed or disguised explosive device intended to destroy life or property. noun 1. (archaic) a usually disguised explosive device or booby trap
[in-fur-noh; for 3 also Italian een-fer-naw] /ɪnˈfɜr noʊ; for 3 also Italian inˈfɛr nɔ/ noun, plural infernos. 1. hell; the regions. 2. a place or region that resembles hell: The ironworks was an inferno of molten steel and half-naked bodies. 3. (initial capital letter, italics) the first part of Dante’s Divine Comedy, depicting hell and […]
[in-fuh-roh-an-teer-ee-er] /ˌɪn fə roʊ ænˈtɪər i ər/ adjective 1. below and in front.
[in-fur] /ɪnˈfɜr/ verb (used with object), inferred, inferring. 1. to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from premises or evidence: They inferred his displeasure from his cool tone of voice. 2. (of facts, circumstances, statements, etc.) to indicate or involve as a conclusion; lead to. 3. to guess; speculate; surmise. 4. to hint; imply; suggest. […]