Disco Inferno would more be like: I learn I Suffer.
@Melon Dragon, still an appropriate motto for a school if you ask me
@Melon Dragon, then does it make more sense as Inferno Disco?
@Marida Cruz, the word order isn't what matters. The endings do. They are both active present first person singular. The Disco can stay... I don't feel like going back through all my notes from class right now. Just finished my final... Brain is dead
@Melon Dragon, i was mostly just thinking that putting the Inferno first might imply that you're learning because you're suffering, rather than just learning and suffering. But I don't know Latin, so if that's not how Latin grammar works than just disregard this.
@Marida Cruz, there's no real word order. There's one that is used most commonly, but it's not set in stone
@Melon Dragon, This would also be accurate
@Melon Dragon, ah, a fellow Roman as well
@Melon Dragon, actually it’s ablative of infernus, so it could mean I learn BY suffering
@LoZ Fanatic, ah, suffering as a noun... Please help... Finals brain is going to kill me
@Melon Dragon, this further proves that ignorance is bliss
Coincidental because I suffer when watching Disco Inferno matches
@theprofprofessor, DISCO FEVER
Wild cherry anyone?
I have my doubts, but do not know enough about Latin to question it
@Genieinabotle, doubts about which part? Because the begining is true. Cool motto as well
Burn baby burn Disco Inferno