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«* National Library of Scotland ■■jin B000157358*. V POEMS OF OSSIAN, IN THE ORIGINAL GAELIC, WITH A LITERAL TRANSLATION INTO LATIN, BY THE LATE ...»

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Bhuail i cl&rsach o ^m gu am, Gaoth ag iadhadh mu chiabha nam beus.

An dubhra dubh bha Cathmor f6in, Fo chraoibh a bha aosda a cheann.

Bha lasadh an daraich o ’n treun ;

Chunnaic e i; cha ’n f hac i e thall;

Bha 'anam a’ taomadh gu dlomhair, ’Nuair a chunnaic e shios a suil mhall;

Ach tha cruadal nam bl&r do chbir, Mhic Borbair nam mhr thriath.

Am measg nan teud o &m gu &m

A dh’ 6isd i thall mu triath’s mu shuain :

Bha h-anamsa suas gun d^.il;

B' e ’toilse, san trath fo ghruaim, A chur suas a fonn brhnach f6in.

Samhach an raon; air thaobh an sgiath Theich osaig is sian na h-oiche.

TEMORA.

V. 382-409. 149 Instar undarum euntium retro sub vento, Effudit-se lerne a latere regis ;

Atrum densum in agris noctis Sparsum est murmur sine luce a populo.

Sub arbore ex monte singulo bardo sua vice Sedente ex adverse sub cithara sua;

Sustulerunt illi cantum qui non erat parcus, Et pepulerunt illi melos tenue lentum & chorda, Quisque eorum principi cui erat ejus studium.

Juxta exustionem quercus quae erat ex adverse, Pepulit Sulmala lentk chordam ;

Pepulit ilia citharam de tempore ad tempus, Vento se-obliquante circa cirros venustatum.

In obscuritate nigra erat Cathmor ipse, Et sub arbore, quae erat vetusta, ejus caput.

Erat flamma quercus (procul) a strenuo;

Vidit ille earn; non vidit ilia eum ex adverse;

Erat ejus animus se-effundens secretb, Quando vidit ille infra ejus oculum lentum;

At est crudum-periculum prceliorum in tua vicinid, Fili Borbaris magnorum heroum,

Inter chordas de tempore in tempus [ejus soporem:

Auscultavit ilia ex adverse circa suum heroa et circa Fuit ejus animus (excitatus) sursum sine mora;

Fuit ejus voluntas, in eo tempore sub tetricitate, (Tollere)mittere sursum'suum cantum lugubrem ipsius.

Est tranquillus ager; super lateribus alarum Fugerunt flamina et nimbi noctis.

150 TIGHMORA. DUAN vr.

Gh6ill na barda; roi’a’chiar Tha comhara’ liath-dhearg a soillseadh Fo bhoiilsge glas nam faoin fbuath.

Dhorch’ an speur, cruth faoin nam marbh Measg tional nam balbb nial.

Gun smaointe bha aon nigbean Chonmhoir Mu lasadh bba falbh an cnkmh.

Bha tbusa ’na d’ aonar ’na miann, A tbriath Atha nach faoin carbad.

Thog ise gu caoin am fonn, Is bhuail i a loma chlarsach.

Thcdnig Clungheal; cha d’ fhuair high.

“ C’ aite bheil a chorr shoillse ?

Shealgaire o choinich nan cds, Am fac sibh gorm-shuil nan sedd boillsgeadh ?

Bheil a ceuma mu Lumon an fheir Mu leapa o ’n leum na ruaidh ?

Mise truagh ! tha’boghasa tball An talla do ’n gnkth na cuirm.

C’ kite bheil gatb soillse mo cbldibh ?” “ Trdig mi, luaidh Chonmhoir nan treun;

Cha chluinn mi thu fdin air sliabh;

Tha mo shkile air ard righ nam beum;

Tha ’astar fo bheudaibh nan gnlomh !

Esa dha’m bheil m’ anam gu Idir An ciar aimsir mo cheud aisling.

Domhann dorcha shlos an cdmhrag Cha ’n fhaic gaisgeach, tha mor, mo nial.

TEMORA. 151 v. 410-437.

Cesserunt bardi; per fuscam (noctem) Sunt signa cano-rutila lucescentia Sub coruscatione lucophaea vanarum larvarum.

Offuscatum est coelum, formis vanis mortuorum Inter coetum mutarum nubium.

Sine consilio erat sola filia Conmoris Circa flammam, quae erat abiens in carbone$.

Fuisti tu solus in ejus mente, Princeps Atbae baud inanis curr&s.

Sustulit ilia blande cantum, Et pepulit ilia suam nudam citharam.

Venit Clungal; baud invenit virginem.

l Quo loco est ejus eximius splendor?

O venatores k musco cavernarum, An vidistis vos caeruleum-oculum heroum renidentem An sunt ejus gradus circa Lumonem graminis Circa lectum ex quo saliunt rufae (capreae) Me miserum ! est ejus arcus ex adverse In domicilio cui sunt assuetae epulae.

Quo loco est radius lucis mei pectoris ?” “ Relinque me, o dilecta Conmoris strenuorum;

Non audio ego te ipsum super clivo ;

Sunt mei oculi erga arduum regem plagarum;

Est ejus iter sub damnis facinorum;

Ejus cui est meus animus omninb In fusco tempore mei primi somnii.

Profundus tenebrosus infra in certamine Non cernit heros, qui est magnus, meam nubem.

TIGHMORA. DUAN VI.

C’ uim, a ghrian Shulmhalla nan corr thriath, Nach coimhead thu dochas dhomh slos?

Tha mo chomhnuidh f6in an duibhre, O mo ehulaobh sn^mh thaiream ceo;

Fo dhealta mo chiabha a’ lubadh :

Seall ormsa o’d nial, a sheoid, A ghrian Shulmhalla nam mor thriath. * * * TEMORA.

v. 438-444. 153 Quare, o sol Sulmalse eximiorum heroum, Non tueris tu spem mihi deorsum ?

Est mea habitatio ipsius in obscuritate, A meo tergo transnatante me nebula ;

Sub rore meis capillis se-flectentibus :

Intuere me b tua nube, o heros, Sol Sulmalae magnorum heroum. * * * TEMORA.

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Sub mediam noctem a poematis initio tertiam hie liber incipit. Poeta nebulam describit quandam, quae noctu ex Legae lacu est orta, et quam defunctorum umbrae quod temporis inter mortem et funebre carmen intervenit, tenebant. Folani umbra super antrum in quo jaeebat cadaver, est visa. Fingali ad rupem Cormulem vox ejus perfertur.





Trenmoris clypeum percutit rex, quae res ipsum armatum esse proditurum certissimo signo indicat. Quae ex clypei sonitu mira oriuntur.

Sulmalla, somno excitata, Cathmorem expergefacit. Verbis ad miserationem commovendam aptis inter se colloquuntur. Ut pacem hie petal ilia orat. Bellum protrahere statuit, atque in vicinam Lonae vallem, quam habitabat Druida senex, illam recedere jubet, usquedum proximi diei proelium fuerit finitum. Exercitum clypei sonitu excitat. Clypeus describitur. Fonar bardus, Cathmoris rogatu primam Belgarum coloniam in Hiberniam a duce Larthone ductam, narrat. Advenit lux. Ad vallem Lonam se Sulmalla recipit. Librum concludit carmen Ivricum.

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v. 1-17.

O linne doir-choille na L6go Air uair £iridh ce6 taobh ghorm nan tonn, ’Nuair a dhunas dorsa na h-oidhche Air iolair-shuil gr^ine nan speur.

Tomhail mu Lara nan sruth

Thaomas dubh-nial a’s duirche gruaim :

Mar ghlais-sg^ith ro’ thaomadh nan nial Sn&mh seachad tha gealach na h-oidhche.

Le so £ididh taibhsean o shean An dluth-ghleus am measg na gaoithe, ’S iad leumadh o osna gu osna Air dubh-aghaidh oidhche nan slan.

An taobh oiteig gu p&illiun nan sebd Taomas iad ceathach nan speur, Gorm-thalla do thanais nach bed Gu am 6irigb fonn mhairbh-rann nan teud.

Tha torman am machair nan crann !

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v. 1-17.

E lacu nemorosae silvas Legae [undarum, Nonnunquam surgit nebula (xvai/oTr\cvpo{) latere-caeruleo Quando occluduntur portae noctis Acquilino-oculo soils coelorum.

Vasta circa Laram fluentorum

Funditar atra nubes, cujus est caliginosissima torvitas:

Instar can! clypei per fundentes-se nubes Natans-praeter est luna noctis. [pore) Cum hoc vestiunt larvae (antiquitus) ab antique (temSuam arctam structuram inter ventum, Illis salientibus a flamine ad flamen Super atrd facie noctis nimborum.

In latere flaminis ad domicilium heroum Fundunt illae nebulam ccelorum, Caeruleam habitationem lemuribus baud vivis [rum.

Usque ad tempus surrectionis modorum naeniae chordaEst sonor in planitie arborum !

K)0 TIGHMORA. DUAN VII.

’S e Conar, righ Eirinn, a t’ ann, A’ taomadh ce6 tanais gu dluth Air Faolan aig Lubar nan sruth.

Muladach suidhe fo bhron

Dh ’aom an taibhs an ceathach an loin:

Thaom an osag esan ann f6in;

Ach phill an cruth aluinn gu dian :

Phill e le ’chrom shealladh mall, Le ’died leadan mar shiubhal nan slan.

Is doilleir so !

Ata na sldigh nan suain san km An truscan ciar na h-oiche.

Dh’ llsich tein an righ gu h-ard, Dh’ aom e ’na aonar air sgdith a Thuit codal mu shuilibh a’ ghaisgich;

Thkinig guth Fhaolain ’na chluais.

“ An codal so do ’n fhear-phosda aig Clatho ?

’M bheil cdmhnuidh do m’ athair an suain ?

’M bheil cuimhne’s mi ’n truscan nan nial, ’S mi m’ aonar an am na h-oiche ?” “ C’ ar son tha thu a’m’ aisling fdn ?” Thuirt Fionnghal’s e ’g dirigh grad.

“An dl-chuimhn dhomhsa mo mhac No ’shiubhal teine air reathlan nan laoch ?

Ni mar sin air anam an righ Thig gnlomh sheoid kluinn nan cruaidh bheum.

Ni ’n dealan iad’ a theicheas an dubhra Na h-oidhche’s nach fhkg a lorg.

TEMORA.

v. 18-45.

Est Conar, rex lernes, qui adest, Fundens nebulam larvalem dens£ Super Folanem apud Lubarem fluentorum.

Moestus sedens sub luctu

Inclinavit-se larva in nebulam prati-paludosi:

Fudit flamen illam in se-ipsam;

At reversa est forma excelsa properb :

Reversa est ilia cum suo curvo intuitu lento, Cum nebuloso-crine instar cursus nimborum.

Est tenebricosum hoc !

Sunt exercitus in sopore in hoc tempore In amictu fusco noctis.

Subsedit ignis regis alt& ;

Inclinavit-se ille solus super hastam :

Cecidit somnus super oculos ejus bellatorum;

Venit vox Folanis in ejus aurem.

“ An est somnus hie viro-desponso Clatho ?

An est habitatio meo patri in sopore ?

An est recordatio mei, cum sim in amictu nubium, Cum sim solus in tempore noctis ?” “ Quamobrem est tu in meo somnio ipsius ?” Dixit Fingal surgens proper^.

“ An oblivio mihi est meus filius In suo itinere (igneo) ignis super pjanitie heroum ?

Non eo modo super animum regis Veniunt facta heroum excelsorum durarum plagarum.

Non fulgur illi, quod fugit in obscuritate Noctis et quod non relinquit ejus vestigium.

TOM. III. M 162 TIGHMORA. DUAN vir.

’S cuimhne leam Faolan ’na shuain :

Tha m’anam ag dirigh borb. ” Ghluais an righ le ’shleagh gu grad, Bhuail e ’n sgiath is fuaimneich cop ;

An sgiath a dh’ aom san oiche ard, Ball mosglaidh do chath nan lot.

Air aoraadh dubh nan sliabh, Air ghaoith theich trend nan taibbse;

O ghleannan ciar nan iomadh lub Mhosgail guth a’ bMis.

Bhuail e ’n sgiath an dara cuairt;

Ghluais cogadh an aisling an t-sluaigh.

Bha comhstri’ nan lann glas A’ dealradh air anam nan se6d, Cinn-fheadhna a’ druideadh gu cath;

Sluagh a’ teicheadh—gniomh bu chruaidh Leth dhoileir an dealan na stailinn.

’Nuair dh’ 6irich an treas fuaim, Leum f6idh o chbs nan cam;

Chluinnte screadan eun san fh&sach, ’S gach aon diubh air ’osna-f6in.

Leth dh’ 6irich slol Albain nam buadh;

Thog iad suas gach sleagh bu ghlas;

Ach phill s&mhchair air an t-sluagh;

’S e bh’ ann sgiath Mhbirbheinn nam fras.

Phill codal air suilibh nam fear.

Bu dorcha trom an gleann.

Ni’m bu chodal duitse san uair, TEMORA.

v. 46-73.

Est recordationi mihi Folan in suo sopore :

Est mens animus surgens violenter.” Movit-se rex cum SU& hastA proper^, Percussit ille clypeum cujus est sonorus umbo;

Clypeum qui inclinabatur in nocte alta, [rum.

Instrumentum expergefaciendi ad conflictum vulneSuper declivitate atra clivorum, Super vento fugit grex larvarum ;

Ex vallicula fusca multorum flexuum Experrecta est vox mortis, Percussit ille hastam alteri vice;

Movit-se bellum in somnio exercitCls.

Erat concertatio gladiorum leucophseorum Coruscans super animum bellatorum, Duces populorum accedentes ad conflictum;

Populus fugiens-facta quae erant dura Semi-obscura in fulgure chalybis.

Quando ortus est tertius sonor, Saluerunt cervi & cavernis saxetorum;

Audiebatur strepitus avium in desertis, Et unaquaeque earum super suo flamine ipsius.

Semi-surrexit semen Albionis victoriarum ;

Sustulerunt illi singulam hastam, quae erat leucophsea;

At reversa est quies super populum;

Erat clypeus Morvenis imbrium.

Reversus est somnus in oculos virorum.

Erat tenebrosa (moesta) gravis vallis.

Non erat somnus tibi in ed bora.

164 DUAN VII.

TIGHMORA.

A nighean shtiil-ghorm Chonmhoir nam buadh.

Chuala Suil-mhalla am fuaim :

Dh’6irich i san oiche le gruaim;

Tha ’ceum gu righ Atha nan colg;

Ni’m mosgail cunnart ’anam borb.

Trom a sheas i, ’suilean sios.

Tha ’n speur an losgadh nan reul.

Chualas lethe sgiath nan cop.

Ghluais—ghrad sheas an high.

Dh’ ^irich a guth—ach dh’ aom e slos.

Chunnaic i e ’na stailinn chruaidh

A’ dealradh ri losgadh nan reul:

Chunnaic i e ’na leadan trom Ag £irigh ri osna nan speur.

Thionndaidh i ’ceumna le fiamh.

“ C’ar son a dhuisgeams righ Eirinn nam Bolg?

Ni ’n aisling do ’chodal thu f6in, A nighean Innis uaine nan colg.”

Gu garg a mhosgail an torman:

O ’n high thuit a ceann-bheart slos;

Tha’m forum air carraig nan sruth.

Plaosgadh o aisling na h-oiche

Ghluais Cathmor fo a chrann f6in :

Chunnaic e an high bu tl&th, Air carraig Lubair nan sliabh;

Dearg reul a’ sealladh slos Measg siubhail a trom chiabh.

“ C’ e tha ro’ oiche gu Cathmor TEMORA.

v. 74-101.

Filia (xuaw/A/AaTOf) csruleis oculis Conmoris victoriarum.

Audivit Sulmala sonitum:

Surrexit ilia in nocte cum tetricitate;

Est ejus passus ad regem Athas mucronum ;

Non quatit periculum ejus animum fortem.

(Moesta) gravis stetit ilia, ejus oculis demissis.

Est coelum in ardore stellarum.

Auditus est ab ea clypeus umbonum.

Se movit—mox stetit virgo.

Surgebat ejus vox—at se-inclinavit ilia deorsum.

Vidit ilia eum in ejus chalybe dura

Resplendente ad flammam stellarum :

Vidit ilia eum in ejus capillis gravibus Surgentibus ad datum coelorum.

Avertit ilia suos gradus cum metu.

“ Quare expergefaciam regem lernes Belgarum?

Non es somnium ejus somno tu ipse, Filia Inisunae cuspidatorum-gadiorum.”

Violenter experrectus est sonor:

A virgine cecidit (galea) capitis-macbina deorsum ;



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