Barbarous is a related term of infernal.
As adjectives the difference between barbarous and infernal
is that barbarous
is not classical or pure while infernal
is of or relating to hell, or the world of the dead; hellish.
As a noun infernal is
(obsolete) an inhabitant of the infernal regions.
* (obsolete) barbarouse
Not classical or pure.
Like a barbarian, especially in sound; noisy, dissonant.
- I did but prompt the age to quit their cloggs
- By the known rules of antient libertie,
- When strait a barbarous noise environs me
- Of Owles and Cuckoes, Asses, Apes and Doggs - (1673)
Of or relating to hell, or the world of the dead; hellish.
(by extension) Of or relating to a fire or inferno.
Diabolical or fiendish.
(as an expletive, not vulgar) Very annoying; damned.
* 1905 , Bram Stoker, The Man
- the instruments or abettors in such infernal dealings
- As I had to put up with the patronage and the lecturings, and the eyeglass of that infernal old woman,
* (of or relating to hell) heavenly