Latvian Translation Services
Planet Veritas is a global leader in providing high quality Latvian translation and interpreting services, carried out by fully qualified and professional Latvian translators and interpreters in a broad range of sectors.
Our Latvian translators and interpreters work in such spheres as; business, legal, medical, sports, financial, public sector, technical, energy, and many more.
Location Latvia, Baltic Region, Northern Europe
Population 2.2 million people
Language family Eastern Baltic group, Indo-European family
Related language Lithuanian
Number of global speakers Almost two million worldwide
- Sourcing a Latvian translation
Finding a professional translation company who offer expert Latvian translation services from and into Latvian can be difficult. It may well be that this is also the first time that you have had any Latvian translation requirements.
We suggest that you take your time in sourcing a company to handle your Latvian translation, and do not make a rushed decision. Bear in mind the guarantees of the translation company, and ensure that you are happy with what they have to offer and that your Latvian translation job will be in safe hands with industry experts and professional Latvian linguists.
Planet Veritas only work with in-country Latvian translators, all of whom have at least five years’ professional experience in Latvian translation. All of our Latvian linguists together have a collective number of different specialisms, meaning we can select a Latvian translator based purely upon their knowledge and experience in the area relating to the nature of your text.
So whether you need a Latvian translation of a document, certificate, marketing material, publication, website, or any other manner of text, we have the perfect Latvian translators for you, who translate solely into their mother tongue.
- Latvian translation – a language overview
Latvian is an Eastern Baltic language, which is related to Lithuanian and Old Prussian. It is the official language of Latvia, as well as being an official language of the European Union.
There are believed to be between 1.4 and 1.9 million native speakers in Latvia, with the overwhelming majority speaking it at home as their primary language.
Latvian speakers also reside in Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Lithuania, Russia, Sweden, the UK and USA.
Latvian is often referred to as Lettish, with the first Latvian dictionary, which was compiled by Georg Mancelius in 1638, being called Lettus.