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Ex igne vs. Ex igni

 
 
agatheb
 
Reply Sat 24 Sep, 2016 12:08 pm
Hello,

I am new to this forum. I am interested in latin language but not an expert by any means (my latin classes are very far behind me).
I am a silversmith and wanted to use the expression "by fire"/"from fire" as part of a sub-title for a series of cast metal pieces.

Would "ex igne" be the correct expression or would it be "ex igni"? I see it written both ways in my research and I want to be as correct as possible.

thank you very much.
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George
 
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Reply Sat 24 Sep, 2016 06:47 pm
@agatheb,
The preposition ex takes the ablative, so ex igne.
agatheb
 
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Reply Sun 25 Sep, 2016 04:32 pm
@George,
George,
thank you so much!!!
I really appreciate it.
Smile
George
 
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Reply Mon 26 Sep, 2016 06:55 am
@agatheb,
You're welcome, agatheb.
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