Ebudae

Gaelic (Irish Gaelic)

Ebudae

Amharc, mna ag obair la's mall san oich,
ceolann siad ar laethe geal, a bhi,
Bealach fada annon's anall a choich.

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Ebudae

Look, women working by day and late at night,
They sing of bright days that were,
A long way back and forth forever.

Submitted by SilentRebel83 on Sat, 04/08/2012 - 18:26
Author's comments:

The Hebrides, or Western Isles, of Scotland were known as the Hebudæ or the Ebudæ in ancient times. The name is of Latin origin, appearing on ancient maps of Roman Britain.

Translation by Roma Ryan.

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