The popular Latin phrase or expression "Ad infinitum" is so familiar that it has become part of own language. The roots of this famous Latin expression lay with the language of the ancient Romans. An example of this phrase taken from Roman history is "The Romans staged Gladiatorial games ad infinitum."
The Latin language spread throughout the western world and was taught in schools and spoken by the greatest scholars. The use of this expression was so useful and popular that it has survived the passing of time, the phrase is one of our 'Latin legacies'.
"My little brother played his new game Ad infinitum."