Veritas is an award winning provider of high quality Estonian translation and interpreting services, all of which are undertaken by professional Estonian translators and interpreters.
Our native speaking Estonian linguists work across many industry sectors, which include: business, energy, financial, legal, public sector, multimedia, sports, technical, and many more.
Sourcing an Estonian translation
Don’t speak Estonian? Never dealt with Estonian translation services before? No problem, our staff will help guide you through each step of the process.
We believe that trust is a major element. We will allay and fears you may have concerning your Estonian translation and put you at ease straight away, whilst we in turn put our trust in our expert Estonian translators to produce an excellent quality piece of work for you.
Veritas only work with in-country Estonian translators, all of whom have, at the very least, five years’ professional experience in Estonian translation. Furthermore, they all have specific specialisms and knowledge, meaning we can handpick an Estonian linguists based purely upon the field you require.
Whether you need an Estonian translation from or into Estonian of a certificate, website, publication, video, marketing material, or any other manner of text in whatever format, Veritas have the perfect translators for you who translate solely into their native language.
Estonian translation – our guarantees
- We will match any equivalent, like-for-like Estonian translation quote
- We only use professional document translators with at least five years’ experience
- Our Estonian translators only translate into their native language and they live in the country of that language
- Our Estonian translation services are quick, efficient and reliable
Estonian translation – a language overview
Estonian is the official language of Estonia, and is spoken by around 1.5 million people both in the Northern European country and in various migrant communities elsewhere.
As a Uralic language, it is most closely related to Finnish, and like Finnish it uses its own alphabet which is based upon the Latin writing system. The main difference between Estonian and Finnish is that Finnish has a lot of loan words from Swedish, while Estonian contains many words of German origin, plus some words from Russian, Latin, Greek and English. There is considerable mutual intelligibility between Estonian and Finnish.
As a written language Estonian dates back to the 13th century, with names, phrases and words found in early chronicles during the early part of the century.