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Hell, the place of future fiery torment for the dead. The word comes from "the Valley of Hinnom"; shortened from Ge Ben-Hinnom, "the Valley of the Son of Hinnom", a valley South West, and South of Jerusalem, where children were burnt in sacrifice to Baal or Molech [Moloch]. It came to be regarded as a place of unquenchable fire, possibly from the fires of Moloch.
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(Hebrew > Greek > Latin: hell or hellfire)