Första Mosebok 9
Benedixitque Deus Noë et filiis ejus.
And God blessed Noah and his sons.
E Deus abençoou Noé e seus filhos.
Et dixit ad eos : Crescite, et multiplicamini, et replete terram.
And he said to them: Grow, and multiply, and replenish the earth.
E disse-lhes: Crescei, multiplicai-vos e enchei a terra.
Et terror vester ac tremor sit super cuncta animalia terræ, et super omnes volucres cæli, cum universis quæ moventur super terram : omnes pisces maris manui vestræ traditi sunt.
And let thy terror and trembling be upon all the beasts of the earth, and upon all the fowls of the air, with all that move upon the earth: all the fish of the sea are delivered into thy hand.
E que o teu terror e tremor seja sobre todos os animais da terra, e sobre todas as aves do céu, com todos os que se movem sobre a terra: todos os peixes do mar são entregues em tua mão.
Et omne, quod movetur et vivit, erit vobis in cibum : quasi olera virentia tradidi vobis omnia.
And everything that moves and lives shall be food for you: I have given you all things as green vegetables.
Excepto, quod carnem cum sanguine non comedetis.
Except that you shall not eat flesh with blood.
Sanguinem enim animarum vestrarum requiram de manu cunctarum bestiarum : et de manu hominis, de manu viri, et fratris ejus requiram animam hominis.
For I will require the blood of your souls at the hand of all beasts: and at the hand of man, at the hand of man, and at the hand of his brother, I will require the soul of man.
Quicumque effuderit humanum sanguinem, fundetur sanguis illius : ad imaginem quippe Dei factus est homo.
Whoever sheds human blood, let his blood be shed: for man was made in the image of God.
Vos autem crescite et multiplicamini, et ingredimini super terram, et implete eam.
But ye grow and multiply, and come upon the earth, and fill it.
Hæc quoque dixit Deus ad Noë, et ad filios ejus cum eo : Ecce ego statuam pactum meum vobiscum, et cum semine vestro post vos : et ad omnem animam viventem, quæ est vobiscum, tam in volucribus quam in jumentis et pecudibus terræ cunctis, quæ egressa sunt de arca, et universis bestiis terræ.
God also said this to Noah, and to his sons with him: Behold, I will establish my covenant with you, and with your seed after you; they came out of the ark, and all the beasts of the earth.
Statuam pactum meum vobiscum, et nequaquam ultra interficietur omnis caro aquis diluvii, neque erit deinceps diluvium dissipans terram.
I will establish my covenant with you, and all flesh shall no more be slain by the waters of the flood, nor shall there be any more a flood destroying the earth.
Dixitque Deus : Hoc signum foederis quod do inter me et vos, et ad omnem animam viventem, quæ est vobiscum in generationes sempiternas : arcum meum ponam in nubibus, et erit signum foederis inter me et inter terram.
And God said: This is the sign of the covenant that I give between me and you, and to every living soul that is with you for ever and ever: I will place my bow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth.
Cumque obduxero nubibus cælum, apparebit arcus meus in nubibus : et recordabor foederis mei vobiscum, et cum omni anima vivente quæ carnem vegetat : et non erunt ultra aquæ diluvii ad delendum universam carnem.
And when I will cover the sky with clouds, my bow will appear in the clouds: and I will remember my covenant with you, and with every living soul that grows flesh: and there will be no more floods of water to destroy all flesh.
Eritque arcus in nubibus, et videbo illum, et recordabor foederis sempiterni quod pactum est inter Deum et omnem animam viventem universæ carnis quæ est super terram.
And there will be a bow in the clouds, and I will see it, and I will remember the everlasting covenant that was made between God and every living soul of all flesh that is on the earth.
Dixitque Deus ad Noë : Hoc erit signum foederis, quod constitui inter me et omnem carnem super terram.
And God said to Noah: This shall be the sign of the covenant which I have made between me and all flesh upon the earth.
Erant ergo filii Noë, qui egressi sunt de arca, Sem, Cham et Japheth : porro Cham ipse est pater Chanaan.
So the sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth: further, Ham is the father of Chanaan.
Tres isti filii sunt Noë : et ab his disseminatum est omne genus hominum super universam terram.
These three are the sons of Noah: and from them every race of men was scattered over the whole earth.
Coepitque Noë vir agricola exercere terram, et plantavit vineam.
Noah, the husbandman, began to cultivate the land and planted a vineyard.
Bibensque vinum inebriatus est, et nudatus in tabernaculo suo.
He became drunk with wine and was naked in his tent.
Quod cum vidisset Cham, pater Chanaan, verenda scilicet patris sui esse nudata, nuntiavit duobus fratribus suis foras.
When Cham, the father of Chanaan, saw that his father's clothes had been stripped, he told his two brothers outside.
At vero Sem et Japheth pallium imposuerunt humeris suis, et incedentes retrorsum, operuerunt verenda patris sui : faciesque eorum aversæ erant, et patris virilia non viderunt.
But Shem and Japheth put the mantle on their shoulders, and walking backwards, they covered their father's hides: and their faces were turned away, and they did not see their father's manhood.
Evigilans autem Noë ex vino, cum didicisset quæ fecerat ei filius suus minor, ait : Maledictus Chanaan, servus servorum erit fratribus suis.
And Noah awaking from the wine, when he had learned what his younger son had done to him, said: Cursed is Chanaan, he will be the servant of servants to his brothers.
Dixitque : Benedictus Dominus Deus Sem, sit Chanaan servus ejus.
And he said: Blessed be the Lord God Shem, may Chanaan be his servant.
Dilatet Deus Japheth, et habitet in tabernaculis Sem, sitque Chanaan servus ejus.
May God enlarge Japheth, and let Shem dwell in the tabernacles, and let Chanaan be his servant.
Vixit autem Noë post diluvium trecentis quinquaginta annis.
And Noah lived three hundred and fifty years after the flood.
Et impleti sunt omnes dies ejus nongentorum quinquaginta annorum : et mortuus est.
And all his days of nine hundred and fifty years were fulfilled: and he died.