|Woe to the land, the winged cymbal, which is beyond the rivers of Ethiopia,
|vae terrae cymbalo alarum quae est trans flumina Aethiopiae
|That sendeth ambassadors by the sea, and in vessels of bulrushes upon the waters. Go, ye swift angels, to a nation rent and torn in pieces: to a terrible people, after which there is no other: to a nation expecting and trodden underfoot, whose land the rivers have spoiled.
|qui mittit in mari legatos et in vasis papyri super aquas ite angeli veloces ad gentem convulsam et dilaceratam ad populum terribilem post quem non est alius gentem expectantem expectantem et conculcatam cuius diripuerunt flumina terram eius
|All ye inhabitants of the world, who dwell on the earth, when the sign shall be lifted up on the mountains, you shall see, and you shall hear the sound of the trumpet.
|omnes habitatores orbis qui moramini in terra cum elevatum fuerit signum in montibus videbitis et clangorem tubae audietis
|For thus saith the Lord to me: I will take my rest, and consider in my place, as the noon light is clear, and as a cloud of dew in the day of harvest.
|quia haec dicit Dominus ad me quiescam et considerabo in loco meo sicut meridiana lux clara est et sicut nubes roris in die messis
|For before the harvest it was all flourishing, and it shall bud without perfect ripeness, and the sprigs thereof shall be cut off with pruning hooks: and what is left shall be cut away and shaken out.
|ante messem enim totus effloruit et inmatura perfectio germinabit et praecidentur ramusculi eius falcibus et quae derelicta fuerint abscidentur excutientur
|And they shall be left together to the birds of the mountains, and the beasts of the earth: and the fowls shall be upon them all the summer, and all the beasts of the earth shall winter upon them.
|et relinquentur simul avibus montium et bestiis terrae et aestate perpetua erunt super eum volucres et omnes bestiae terrae super illum hiemabunt
|At that time shall a present be brought to the Lord of hosts, from a people rent and torn in pieces: from a terrible people, after which there hath been no other: from a nation expecting, expecting and trodden under foot, whose land the rivers have spoiled, to the place of the name of the Lord of hosts, to mount Sion.
|in tempore illo deferetur munus Domino exercituum a populo divulso et dilacerato a populo terribili post quem non fuit alius a gente expectante expectante et conculcata cuius diripuerunt flumina terram eius ad locum nominis Domini exercituum montem Sion