English to Navajo Translation Services
The Navajo language (also known as Diné Bizaad) is the most widely spoken indigenous language in the United States. Today, it’s primarily spoken in the American Southwest across Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. In particular, Navajo is one of the main languages of the Navajo Nation, and its use is an important part of the Navajo identity.
Navajo is classified as an Athabaskan language in the same family as Koyukon in Alaska. In particular, Navajo shares a close kinship with the Apache languages, such as Western Apache and Mescalero Apache. As part of the Athabaskan language family, Navajo has several features not found in European languages, making it difficult to translate into without the right experience.
The Challenges of Translating into Navajo
For decades, linguists have commented on the extremely intricate and complicated grammar of Navajo. Words are often formed from numerous prefixes, root words, and suffixes that might change when put next to each other. Verbs in particular can contain dense information regarding not only the action but also both the subject and object(s) of a sentence. That often results in entire English sentences needed to translate single Navajo words. Our team at TranslationServices.com has the experience and deep familiarity needed to ensure that you receive top-quality English-to-Navajo translations every time.
A Few Types of Material We Can Translate into Navajo
Surveys. We provide Navajo translation services for government, academic, and commercial surveys.
At TranslationServices.com, we aim to provide you with English-to-Navajo translation services that match your needs. Whether you need translation services for an audience in Tuba City, Window Rock, or anywhere else, we can deliver accurate and professional translations. To learn more, ask about your specific translation, or get a free quote, message us today.