Veritas can handle any Hebrew translation project you may have, offering translation services involving Hebrew and any other language(s) across a broad range of industries and sectors. We also provide Hebrew interpreting services, undertaken by fully qualified, registered interpreters in a diverse number of areas; including financial, medical, business, legal, technical and many more.
Sourcing a Hebrew translation
With any translation service, especially one as potentially complex as Hebrew translation, it is incredibly important that you take your time to find a professional translation company that provides superb services in this language, and fully comprehends the linguistic, cultural and technical requirements of your Hebrew translation project.
At Veritas, we believe that trust is paramount between ourselves, our translators and our customers. We can assure you from the very first moment of contact regarding your Hebrew translation that you can trust us completely with your project, and we will provide you with a set of service guarantees and promises so that you know your project is in safe hands. It is fairly likely that you are not familiar with Hebrew yourself, and you may never have even dealt with a Hebrew translation before. Therefore, you must ensure that you are confident that you are confident about choosing the correct translation company.
Veritas can translate any manner of document or material, regardless of how large or small it is and how urgently you require the finished product. Get in touch today for a Hebrew translation quotation or Hebrew interpreting quotation.
Language family Northwest Semitic group of the Afro-Asiatic family
Related languages Arabic, Aramaic, Canaanite
Number of global speakers 8 million native speakers, 3-5 million as a second language
Hebrew translation – Veritas’ guarantees
We only ever work with native Hebrew translators, all of whom have at least five years of professional Hebrew translation experience. Veritas ensure that they only translate into their mother tongue, and they are also stringently vetted during our recruitment stage to ensure that they are educated to at least degree level and that they specialise in one or more industry in sector.
So, if you need Hebrew translation of any document, contract, website, certificate, software, video, or any other form of material or publication, then you can be sure that Veritas have the Hebrew translation experts who can provide you with a quality result.
Hebrew translation – a language overview
Hebrew as a native language actually became extinct by the 4th century (CE). However, it was revived just over two centuries ago, in the 1880s, and it is now viewed by Jews and followers of Judaism, plus many other religious groups, as the language of the Jewish people.
The language as it is today is one of the two primary ones used in Israel (including Gaza and the West Bank), alongside Arabic. Meanwhile, Classical Hebrew remains in use as a liturgical language, during prayer or study in Jewish communities around the globe.