What Is Inanis?

It’s simple really. It’s a Latin word meaning, “void”, “empty” or “shadowy”. As a third year student of Classical Latin, I picked it as an online nomen, and it stuck.

Contrary to what your eyes may lead you to believe, it’s not a double entendre. In English, we get the word “inane”, meaning silly, stupid or worthless.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/inanis

“Caput tuum in ano est?”, however, is definitely also Latin, and definitely contains the word you were probably thinking about.

Lingua¬†latina omnium linguarum… or something like that.