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Orin Solomoni 1

1Orin àwọn orin tí í ṣe orin Solomoni.

Olólùfẹ́

Fi ìfẹnukonu ìfẹ́ kò mí ní ẹnu,
    nítorí ìfẹ́ rẹ dára ju ọtí wáìnì lọ.
Òórùn ìkunra rẹ fanimọ́ra.
    Orúkọ rẹ rí bí ìkunra tí a tú jáde
    abájọ tí àwọn wúńdíá fi fẹ́ ọ.
Fà mí lọ pẹ̀lú rẹ, kí a lọ kíákíá
    ọba ti mú mi wá sínú yàrá rẹ̀.

Ọ̀rẹ́

Àwa yọ̀ inú wa sì dùn sí ọ;
    a gbé ìfẹ́ rẹ ga ju ọtí wáìnì lọ.

Olólùfẹ́

Wọ́n fẹ́ ọ nítòótọ́!

Èmi dúdú mo sì ní ẹwà.
    Ẹ̀yin ọmọbìnrin Jerusalẹmu
    dúdú bí àgọ́ Kedari,
    bí aṣọ títa ti Solomoni
Má ṣe wò mí nítorí wí pé mo dúdú,
    nítorí oòrùn mú mi dúdú,
ọmọkùnrin ìyá mi bínú sí mi
    ó sì fi mí ṣe olùtọ́jú ọgbà àjàrà;
    ọgbà àjàrà tèmi ni èmi kò tọ́jú.
Wí fún mi, ìwọ ẹni tí ọkàn mí fẹ́,
    níbo ni ìwọ ń da agbo ẹran lọ.
Níbi tí ìwọ mú agbo ẹran rẹ sinmi ní ọ̀sán,
    kí ni ìdí tí èmi yóò fi jẹ́ obìnrin asán
ní ẹ̀bá agbo ẹran àwọn ọ̀rẹ́ rẹ.

Ọ̀rẹ́

Bí ìwọ kò bá mọ̀,
    ìwọ arẹwà jùlọ nínú àwọn obìnrin.
Bá ọ̀nà tí agbo ẹran rìn lọ,
    kí o sì bọ́ àwọn ọmọ ewúrẹ́ rẹ.
Ní ẹ̀bá àgọ́ àwọn olùṣọ́-àgùntàn.

Olùfẹ́

Olùfẹ́ mi,
    mo fi ọ́ wé ẹṣin mi nínú kẹ̀kẹ́ Farao.
10 Ẹ̀rẹ̀kẹ́ rẹ dára ní ohun ọ̀ṣọ́,
    ọrùn rẹ sì yẹ ọ̀ṣọ́ ìlẹ̀kẹ̀
11 A ó fi wúrà ṣe òrùka etí fún ọ,
    a ó fi fàdákà ṣe ìlẹ̀kẹ̀.

Olólùfẹ́

12 Nígbà tí ọba wà ní orí ìjókòó rẹ̀,
    òróró ìkunra mi tú òórùn jáde.
13 Ìdì òjìá ni olùfẹ́ mi jẹ sí mi,
    òun ó sinmi lé àárín ọmú mi.
14 Bí ìdì ìtànná Henina ni olùfẹ́ mi rí sí mi
    láti inú ọgbà àjàrà ti En-Gedi.

Olólùfẹ́

15 Báwo ni o ti lẹ́wà tó, olólùfẹ́ mi!
    Háà, Báwo ni o ṣe lẹ́wà tó!
    Ìwọ ní ojú ẹyẹlé.

Olólùfẹ́

16 Báwo ni o ṣe dára tó, olùfẹ́ mi!
    Háà, Báwo ni o ṣe wu ni!
    Ibùsùn wa ní ìtura.

Olùfẹ́

17 Ìtànṣán ilé wa jẹ́ ti igi kedari
    ẹkẹ́ ilé wa jẹ́ ti igi firi.

Amplified Bible

Song of Solomon 1

The Young Shulammite Bride and Jerusalem’s Daughters

1The [a]Song of Songs [the best of songs], which is Solomon’s.

[b](The Shulammite Bride)


“May he kiss me with the kisses of his mouth!” [Solomon arrives, she turns to him, saying,]
“For your love is better than wine.

“The aroma of your oils is fragrant and pleasing;
Your name is perfume poured out;
Therefore the maidens love you.

“Draw me away with you and let us run together!
Let the king bring me into his chambers.”

[c](The Chorus)

“We will rejoice and be glad in you;
We will remember and extol your love more [sweet and fragrant] than wine.
Rightly do they love you.”

(The Shulammite Bride)


“I am deeply tanned but lovely,
O daughters of Jerusalem,
[I am dark] like the tents of [the Bedouins of] Kedar,
Like the [beautiful] curtains of Solomon.

“Do not gaze at me because I am deeply tanned,
[I have worked in] the sun; it has left its mark on me.
My mother’s sons were angry with me;
They made me keeper of the vineyards,
But my own vineyard (my complexion) I have not kept.”

“Tell me, O you whom my soul loves,
Where do you pasture your flock,
Where do you make it lie down at noon?
For why should I be like one who is veiled
Beside the flocks of your companions?”

Solomon, the Lover, Speaks

(The Bridegroom)


“If you do not know [where your lover is],
O you fairest among women,
Run along, follow the tracks of the flock,
And pasture your young goats
By the tents of the shepherds.


“To me, my love, you are like
My [favorite] mare among the chariots of Pharaoh.
10 
“Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments,
Your neck with strings of jewels.”

(The Chorus)

11 
“We will make for you chains and ornaments of gold,
[Studded] with beads of silver.”

(The Shulammite Bride)

12 
“While the king was at his table,
My perfume (Solomon) sent forth [his] fragrance [surrounding me].
13 
“My beloved is to me like a pouch of myrrh
Which lies all night between my breasts.
14 
“My beloved is to me a cluster of henna flowers
In the [fragrant] vineyards of [d]Engedi.”

(The Bridegroom)

15 
“Behold, how beautiful you are, my darling,
Behold, how beautiful you are!
Your eyes are dove’s eyes.”

(The Shulammite Bride)

16 
“Behold, how fair and handsome you are, my beloved;
And so delightful!
Our arbor is green and luxuriant.
17 
“The beams of our houses are cedars,
Our rafters and panels are cypresses.

Notas al pie

  1. Song of Solomon 1:1 Some theologians believe the Song of Solomon to be a collection of songs, but it is more generally understood to be a sort of drama or lyric poem celebrating the wholesomeness of a growing love that leads to maturity in marriage. The ancient rabbis understood it as an allegory of the relationship between God and Israel, and viewed the details as symbolic.
  2. Song of Solomon 1:2 The parenthetical headings indicate that the speakers are not from the Hebrew text nor the Septuagint, but reflect an ancient tradition which appears in some manuscripts.
  3. Song of Solomon 1:5 The purpose of the chorus is to echo and expand the sentiments of the bride and her bridegroom. The members of the chorus are not always known, but have been variously identified as “daughters of Jerusalem,” “daughters of Zion,” “ladies in waiting,” “friends” or “relatives” of the bride.
  4. Song of Solomon 1:14 An oasis on the western side of the Dead Sea.