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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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Sicut occurrunt sibi-mutuo super alis latis validis Duas aquilae cum difficultate in vento Contendentes super suis pennis omnibus, Moverunt-se ocyus ad damnum duo heroes.

Vicissim sunt passus regum Progredientes ad certamen & duobus tumulis;

Erat eorum certamen fusck iens deorsum Super eorum armis sub vi victoriarum.

Erat Isetitia strenuorum in tuo pectore, O Cathmor in extreme clivorum, Laetitia quae est secreta de more TIGHMORA.

108 DU AN V.

’N 6irigh cunnairt nan sar.

Cha do lub a shCiile mu shliabh ;

Bha shcalladh ag iadhadh gu h-ard Mu righ Shelma a b’ ailghiosaich tuar.

Chunnaic e a ghluasad air M6ra Am mbrcbuis a chorr arma.

Thuit Foldath gu mall air a sg6ith,

Sleagh Fhillein ro’ thriath gu lar :

Cha do choimhid an t-6ig-fhear gu ’thrian Cur roimhe nan ceuda sa’ bhlar.

Ghluais suas do ceud ghuthaibh a’ bh^is— “ Mliic Fhionnghail bi mall an triall.

Nach fhaic thu cruth aillidh tha thall, Dubh cbomhara mharbh air sliabh ?

Na duisg-sa righ Eirinn as-ur, Mhic Chlatho nan suile gonna.” Chunnaic Malthos am Foldath air Ur Is dhorchaich an sar mu ’n triath ;

Ghluais gUmhlas o ’anam gu barr, Mar charraig am f&sach nan sliabh, Air an ladhadh gu dubh sruth nan slan, ’Nuair a dh’ imicheas sios ceo mall, Na cranna a seacadh gu ’n trian, Fo osagaibh ciar-dhubh nan earn.

Labhair e ri triath fo bMs, A’ foineachadh o shar m’a uaigh ;

“ An 6irich do hath chlach an Ullin, No air M6ma nan iomadh coill’.

v. 326-353. TEMORA. 109 In tempore, quo oritur periculum egregiorum.

Non se flexerunt ejus oculi circa aciem;

Erat ejus intuitus se-circumflectens in altum Circa regem Selmas, cujus erat laetissimus vultus.

Vidit ille ejus motum super Mor4 In superbia eximiorum armorum.

Cecidit Foldathus lent6 super clypeum,

Hasta Folanis per principem usque ad humum :

Non adspexit juvenis usque ad ejus tertiam partem Agens prae se centurias in proelio.

Moverunt-se sursum ei centum voces mortis— “ Fili Fingalis, esto lentus in itinere.

Nonne vides tu formam decoram quas est ex adverse, Nigrum signum mortis super clivo ?

Ne expergefacito regem lernes denuo, Fili Clathus oculorum caeruleorum.” Conspicatus est Malthus Foldathum super humo, Ft caligavit heros propter principem ;

Movit-se odium ab ejus animo usque ad summum, Ipso instar rupis in desertis clivorum, Super quam se-obliquat atr& rivulus nimborum, Quando vadit deorsum nebula tarda, Arboribus arescentibus usque ad earum tertiam partem Sub flaminibus fusco-atris saxetorum.

Locutus est ille ad principem sub morte, Quaerens ab egregio de suo sepulchro;

“ Surgetne tuum canum saxum in Ullina, An super Moma multarum sylvarum, 110 TIGHMORA. DUAN V.

Anns an coimhead an solus gu dlomhair Air gorm-shruth Dhalriabhaich nan earn?

An sin tba ceuma mall na h-bigh’, Do nighean chbrr nan gorm shuil, Lbna.” “ An cuimhne dhuit is’, a thriath, Gun mhac dhomh ag iadhath mo dheigh, Gun bg dhomh gu cbmhrag air sliabh, Gu mise a dhioladh, a thrbin?

A Mhalthos, chaidh mo dhioladh fbin;

Cha robh mise, a threin, an sith;

Tog uaigh do na mharbh mi sa’ bheinn M’ an cuairt do thigh caol gun bhrlgh.

Is trie a thig mi slos gu luath O osaig gu h-uaighibh mo naimhde, ’Nuair chi mi iad a’ sgaoileadh shuas Feur fada fo ghluasad nan gaoth.” Ghreas ’anam a null le fuaim Gu caol ghleann fo chruachaibh Mhbma;

Thitinig e an aisling gun tuar Gu dearrsa L^na a’ stuaim chbmhraidh’, ’S i cadal mu shruth an Dairuaidh Air tilleadh o ruaig nam fiadh.

Bha bogha caoin ri taobh na h-bigh Gun taifeid, na h-osaga tDth a snamh

Mu h-uchd ban le ’ciabhaibh :

Fo bididh na h-^ille an bige Shin air talamh high chbrr nan triath.

Dubh aomadh o chearbaibh nan cruach Ill TEMORA.

v. 354-381.

In quibus intuetur lux secretd In caeruleum flumen Dalruae saxetorum ?

Illic sunt passus tavdi virginis, Tua? filias eoTeo;ia3 caeruleorum oculorum Lenas.” “ An recordatio (est) tibi ilia, o princeps, [pon&, (Cum non sit filius) sine filio mihi oblique-eunte me Sine juvene mihi ad certamen in clivo, Ad me ulciscendum, strenue ?

O Malthe, facta est ultio mea ipsius ;

Non fui ego, o strenue, in pace;

Eleva sepulchrum iis, quos occidi ego in monte In circuitum domus angustee sine substantia.

Saepe veniam ego deorsum velociter Ab flamine ad sepulchra meorum hostium Quando cernam ego ea spargentia supra Gramen longum sub motu ventorum.” Properavit ejus anima prorsum cum sonitu Ad angustam vallem sub praecipitiis Momae;

Venit ilia in somnio sine colore Ad splendorem Lenae modesti sermonis, Ea dormiente juxta flumen Dalruae Post reditum a sectandis cervis.

Erat arcus laevis ad latus virginis Sine nervo, auris mollibus natantibus

Circa ejus sinum candidum cum ejus cirris:

Sub amictu pulchritudinis in juventute Extendebatur super terra virgo eximia principum.

Atr& se-inclinans ab oris tumulorum 112 TIGHMORA. DUAN V.

Thkinig Foldath gun tuar am fuil;

Chunnaic is’ e air uairibh o stuadh, E ’g a cheileadh air uairibh an ceo.

A’ briseadh fo rachd na deoir Bha ’fios mu thriath mor air lar, Dliise bha ’n dearrsa bu chbrr O ’anam an uair bu mhbr stoirm.





Bha thusa ma dheireadh air chid, A Dhearrsa-L^na nan suil gorm.

Garbh chearbach o fhuaim shruthan Lubair Theich Bolga gu culaobh nan sliabh;

Bha Fillean m’ an ceumaibh a’ dluthadh ;

Air an fhraoch chuir e dhbhra bais.

Bha solas ard Fhionnghail m’amhac.

Ghluais Cathmor fo thlachd nan gorm sgiath.

Treig, a Chlatho nan gorm shuil, Tr&g-sa talla nan ur theud;

Faic dearrsa tha dealradh gu’ chul;

Tha seacadh nan sluagh m’a cheum.

Na coimhid ni’s fhaide’s e dorch’;

Gu h-eatrom o chaol-mheadhon cl^rsaich Buaileadh 6ighe nan sar am fuaim;

Cha shealgair tha tearnadh o ’n fhasach, O dhealta air carnaibh nan ruadh ;

Cha chrom e am bogha air gaoith;

Cha chaill e ’hath fhiui air magh.

Fada shios an dearg a’ chbmhraig, Faic comhstri gu dhomail r’a thaobh TEMORA.

r. 382-409.

Vcnit Foldathus sine colore in sanguine ;

Vidit ilia eum nunc e nube, Et se-celantem nunc in nebula.

Prosilientis sub singultu in lacrymas Fuit ejus notitia de principe magno super humo, Illi fuit coruscatio quas erat eximia Ab ejus anima, quando erant magn® procellas.

Fuisti tu ultima eum ponk, Dersalena oculorum caeruleorum.

Vast^-fimbriata ^ sonitu fluentorum Lubaris Fugit Bolga ad tergum clivorum;

Erat Folan circa eorum vestigia arct^-appropinquans;

Super ericam immittebat ille obscuritatem mortis.

Erat gaudium altum Fingalis circa suum filium.

Movit-se Cathmor sub decore cceruleorum clypeorum.

Relinque, Clatho cgeruleorum oculorum, Relinque tu aulam novarum chordarum ;

Aspecta coruscamen quod splendet usque ad tergum ;

Quod est arefaciens populos circa ejus gradum.

Ne aspice longius, quoniam caligat;

Leviter ex tenui medio citharaj Pellant virgines heroum earum sonum;

Non venator est qui descendit a desertis, A rore super saxetis rufarum ;

Non curvat ille arcum super ventum;

Non perdit ille canam sagittam in agro.

Procul infra in rubore certaminis, Aspice certamen confertum ad ejus latus tom. in. i DUAN V.

TIGHMORA.

Ag imeachd an iadhadh an strl, Bas mhilte a’direadh m’a lann.

Tha Fillean mar thanas nan speur, A thearnas treun o chearb nan slan;

Tha ’n fhairge am bruaillein fo ’cheum Is e leumadh o thonn gu tonn;

Tha ’astar a’ lasadh ’na dh6igh ;

Cratbaidh innise an ceud cheann Air cuan ag eirigh gun bheus tball.

Treig a Clatho nan gorm shuil, Tr6ig-sa talia nan ur tbeud.

v. 410-420. TEMORA.

Euntis in obliquitate concertationis, Morte millium surgente circa ejus telum.

Est Folan sicut spectrum coelorum, Quod descendit violens ab ora nimborum ;

Est asquor (horrescens) in horrore sub ejus passibus Subsilientis ab unda ad undam ;

Est ejus iter flammescens id ponk;

Quatiunt insula: sua centum capita [verso.

Super oceano surgente (imman&) sine modo ex adRelinque, Clatho casruleorum oculorum, Relinque tu aulam novarum chordarum.

‘i T E M O R A.

CARMEN SEXTUM. €fltmim3 VI. ^Ilrgunicntum

Hie liber a Fingalis oratione initium sumit, qui Cathraorem suis subsidium ferentem descendere videt. Ossianum ad opem Folano ferendam rex praemittit. Ipse ne pvoelium inter filium et Cathmorem spectet, se pone rupem Cormuleni condit. Ossianus progreditur. Cathmoris descensus describitur. Ordines suorum turbatas restituit, proeliura instaurat, et pribs ad manus cum Folano ipse venit, quam Ossianus adesse potuit. Ossiani adventu, heroes isti pugna absistunt. Ossiano et Cathmore duellum meditantibus nox intervenit. Ad locum quo Cathmor et Folanus conflixerant Ossianus revertitur. Folanum vulnere lethali afflictum, saxo innixum observat. Sermonem conferunt.

Moritur Folanus. Ab Ossiano in antro vicino corpus deponitur. Ad Fingalem revertitur exercitus Caledoniorum. Illi suos interroganti, filium esse occisum dicitur. Se ad rupem Cormulem tacitus abstrahit.

Ut Fingalis exercitus recedit, Belgae progrediuntur. Branum e Fingalis canibus unum in Folani clypeo, anti ostium cavern® qua jacebat heros ille, cubantem Cathmor repperit. Quid super hac re cogitat.

Exercitum tristis petit. Ilium patris Borbar-duthulis exemplo solari Malthos conatur. Cathmor quietem petit. Hunc librum, qui circiter medium noctem ab incepto poemate tertiam finitur, Sul-mall® carmen concludit.

[ 120 3

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v. 1-17.

“ Tha Cathmor ag ^irigli sa’charn;

’N glac Fionnghal an lann o Luno ?

Ciod a thigeadh do’d chliu-sa san Mine Chlatho ’n uchd bh^in’s nan suil gorm ?

Na tionndaidh do rosgan uam f6in,

A nighean nan treun Innisthorc:

Cha chaisg mi do dhearrsa, dhed-gr^ine, Tha dealradh air m’ anam an nochd.

Eireadh coille chearbach o Mhbra, Eireadh eadar cbmhrag’s mi f6in.

C’ uim a chitheam an strl so air chbmhnard, Eagal tuiteam do ’n dubh-chiabhach threun.

Am measg nam fonn, a Charuill, taom Ard fliuaim nach ’eil faoin o chlkrsaich.

An so tha guth carraig tha caoin, Liath shiubhal shruth baoth o fhasach, Athar Oscair, tog-sa do shleagh;

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An prehendet Fingalis gladium k Lunone ?

Quid accideret tuae famae eo tempore, [mm ?

Fili ClatMs pectoris candidi et oculorum caeruleoNe averte tua lumina ^ me ipso,

O filia strenuae Inistorcae :

Non reprimam ego tuam coruscationem, jubar solis, Quod resplendet super meam animam hac nocte.

Surgat sylva fimbriata & Mora, Surgat inter certamen et me ipsum.

Quare cernam certationem banc super planitie, Pras metu ne cadat nigro-capillatus strenuus.

Inter modos, o Carrul, funde Arduum sonum qui non est vanus b cithaiA.

In hoc (loco) est vox rupis, quae est blanda, Canus cursus fluminis insani e desertis.

Pater Oscaris, tolle tu tuam hastam;

122 TIGHMORA. DUAN vr.

Dion air magh glan 6g nan arma:

Ceil do cheuman o Fhillean san uair.

Mu ’n eol da mi-earbsa m’a chruaidh.

Cha ’n ^irich nial uam f6in, mo mhac ;

Cha bhi do theine fo smachd, a thr6in.” Fo charraig cheileadh an sonn Am fuaim nam fonn o Charull thall;

Mi dealradh an solas nach gann, Sleagh Thighmbra am’ laimh’s mi triall.

Chunna’mi air chbmhnard Mhoilena Baoth bbruaillean a’ chomhraig ag 6irigh;

Strl a’ bbais ag iadhadh gu mall;

Sluaigh a briseadh fo dealradh nan lann.

Bha Fillean mar lasair o speur;

O sg^ith gu sg^ith garbh cheum an trein;

Leagh cdmhrag o fhianuis an laoich Is e filleadh an raoin fo mhuig.

A nis slos tha triall gu strl M6r Chathmor an rigb ’na armaibh;

Sgiath iolair dubh aomadh m’ an cuairt Thar teine a chruaidh cheann-bheirt.

Gun churam ghluais e ard cheuma Mar gu’m biodh sealg Eirinn air laimh.

Thog e suas air uairibh a ghuth;

Thionail Eirinn fo dhubh m’ an cuairt;

Thionndaidh ’n anama slos mar shruth Le iongantas mu ’n ceumaibh’s an tuar;

Mar dhearrsa maidne an treun TEMORA.

v. 18-45.

Protege in acie purum juvenem armorum :

Cela tuos passus a Folane in (hoc) tempore.

Ne sit nota ei diffidentia de suo duro-(ferro).

Hand surget nubes k me ipso, mi fili;

Hand erit tuns ignis sub coercitione, o strenue.” Sub rupe celabatur heros In sonitu cantuum a Carrule ex adverse, Me coruscante in gaudio baud (exiguo) angusto, Hasta Temorae in mea manu et me eunte.

Vidi ego super planitie Molenae Insanum tumultum certaminis surgentem ;

Luctamen mortis se-obliquans tard& ;

Populos turbatos sub fulgore telorum.

Erat Folan sicut flamma £ coelo;

A clypeo ad clypeum (erat) ingens passus strenui;

(Evanuit) liquefactum est certamen & conspectu belImplicantis aciem sub nigrorem-vaporosum. [latoris Nunc deorsuin est pergens ad luctamen Magnus Catbmor rex in suis arm is;

Ahl aquilae atrk-se-inclinante in circuitum Super ignem durae (galeae) capitis-macbinae.

Sine cura movit ille arduos passus Quasi esset venatio lernes ad manum.

Elevavit ille sursum aliquando suam vocem ;

Convenit lerne sub nigrore in circuitum ;

Reversi sunt eorum animi deorsum instar fluminis Cum admiratione circa suos passus et suum timorem ;

Sicut coruscatio matutini-temporis (erat) sirenuus 124 TIGHMORA. DUAN VI.

Ag &righ air beinn bha fo fhuaith, Fear siubhail air astar leis fi6in Sealltuinn sios o thaobh a ghruaidh’ Air leirg nan cruth fuar fo dhubh.

Grad o charraig ghlais Mhoil^na

Suilmalla nan ceuman aillidh :

Ghlac darach a sleagh o geal laimh.

Leth-aomta chaochaill i chruaidh;

Bha suile sios air righ na h-Eirinn

O fhalbhan is eirigh a ciabh’:

Cha stri so measg chairdibh air raon;

Cha chuspaire faoin fh’ air an reidh, Mar gu’m biodh 6g laoich o Lumon A’ dluthadh fo shiiilibh Chonmhoir.



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