Armenian Translation Service
Armenian is an extremely unique language for having not only its own alphabet, but also for not belonging to any major language branch. In spite of these challenging properties, professional Armenian translations and other language services are available from Axis Translations with our team of qualified Armenian translators.
We offer translations to and from Armenian and any of the over 150 languages we cover. Our Armenian translators are professionally trained native speakers of each target language, who are qualified and experienced in the translation of Armenian documentation.We offer services for all language needs. We offer translations for people who:
- Need medical documents, descriptions, journals, or related materials translated, which will help spread medical advancements worldwide.
- Require assistance with legal documents such as contracts or lease agreements to be sure all parties understand what is occurring
- Are targeting sales and need translations of websites or pamphlets. Did you know people are four times more likely to purchase a product if the website is in their native language?
- Are engineers or similar professions and need translations of technical manuals or similar materials. It does not help anyone to offer technology if the instructions cannot be understood.
Accurate Armenian Translation Services
There are no projects too big or too small for us to take on. We assist people with tasks from personal correspondence to large manuals, and we can help you too. We can also offer assistance for those needing help with Armenian interpreters or Armenian transcription. Contact us today for a free estimate. We look forward to speaking with you regarding your language translation needs.
Armenian Language Facts
Armenian has texts written in the language dating back to a fifth century translation of the Bible. The vocabulary has been influenced heavily by the various cultural groups it has come in contact with over the centuries, including Iranian languages, Greek, Latin, and Old French. Today there are also two main written dialects, Eastern and Western Armenian, although these are mutually intelligible. Western Armenian has been strongly influenced by the Turks and Arabic.
The Armenian language is believed to have about 6.4 million speakers, and is spoken widely throughout the Republic of Armenia and parts of the lower Caucasus. It is a distinct branch in the Indo-European Language family.