Maltese Translation Services
Planet Veritas is a professional language service provider (LSP) offering quality Maltese translation and interpreting services, carried out by fully qualified Maltese speaking translators and interpreters who are registered members of various professional associations and bodies.
The work done by our Maltese translators covers a broad range of sectors including: medical, corporate, financial, legal, technical, multimedia, and many more.
Location Malta, Gozo
Population 0.4 million people
Language family Central Semitic group of the Afro-Asiatic family
Related languages Italian, Sicilian
Number of global speakers Around 400,000 native speakers
- Sourcing a Maltese translation
At Planet Veritas, we put a lot of emphasis on trust. We trust our Maltese linguists entirely in their ability to provide you with a quality piece of work that will meet, if not exceed, all of your requirements.
We know that being able to trust a translation company with full responsibility of your Maltese translation job is not easy. Therefore, we strive to put you at ease and allay and fears you may have from the moment you get in touch with us. We will ensure that you are completely confident in our Maltese translation services and what we can offer your and/or your business.
Planet Veritas only work with native speakers of Maltese, all of whom have at the very least five years of professional experience in Maltese translation. Furthermore, each of our linguists dealing with Maltese translation services specialise in certain areas, so we have the ability to assign a particular job to the person with the greatest knowledge of the subject of your text. This leads to greater understanding between all parties, and improves the overall quality of the Maltese translation services we can offer you.
We can translate any manner of text, be it a certificate, document, publication, marketing material, website, or anything else you care to consider.
- Maltese translation – a language overview
Maltese, or Malti, is the official language of the Mediterranean island of Malta, as well as being spoken on the nearby island of Gozo. There are an estimated 400,00 native speakers of the language worldwide.
Maltese is also an official language of the European Union, making it the only Semitic language to be so distinguished.
The language was formed from the Siculo-Arabic or Sicilian Arabic alphabet, a form of Arabic present in Sicily and Malta between 900-1300AD. In Sicily, Siculo-Arabic became extinct around 1300AD. However, it continued to be spoken in Malta and eventually evolved into what we know today as Maltese.
Roughly half of the Maltese vocabulary features borrowings from standard Italian and Sicilian, meaning it is fairly closely related to both languages.