In the borderlands between Panama and Costa Rica, the traditional language of communication for many communities is Ngäbere. As one of the largest indigenous populations in Central America, the Ngäbe people consider their language to have special importance to them.
TranslationServices.com now offers Ngäbere translation services to those who need to communicate effectively and accurately in the region. If you want to know more, have questions, or would like a free quote, contact us today.
The Native Tongue of the Ngäbere People
Also referred to as Guaymí, Movere, or Chiriquí, Ngäbere is spoken in Costa Rica and Panama. In Panama, the Ngäbe people are the country’s largest indigenous group. The language has about 200,000 speakers, mostly concentrated in the Ngäbe-Buglé comarca of northern Panama.
Ngäbere is a Chibchan language related to Kuna and Bugle. As an indigenous language, it has no relation whatsoever to Spanish or English, the most widely spoken languages in Panama. Today, the language has taken on several orthography systems based on the Latin alphabet, which was introduced by various waves of missionaries.
High-Quality Ngäbere Translation Services
As Ngäbere is a regional language of Panama without a single unified writing system, finding high-quality translation services for it can be a difficult task. However, TranslationServices.com is more than ready for the undertaking. Our translation agency regularly works with smaller languages to help ensure that all communication is accurate and accessible. We have the necessary experience and background for the job, so message us now to get a quote for your Ngäbere translation.