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Navajo translation services for qualifying documents and any use case. We will translate and certify your documents between Navajo and English or 120 more languages. Our Navajo translators rely on years of professional experience and training from accredited institutions to provide you with outstanding translation services.
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With our English to Navajo translation services, we set the bar on quality, efficiency, and delivery. Our expedited, same-day service ensures you get your project on time and within budget. Let us be your business partner in your global expansion, after all, we’ve been helping multiple industries for over 15 years.
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Navajo is one of the most widely spoken Native American languages around, with approximately 170,000 people who speak it fluently. Essential for communication within the Navajo Nation, this language is primarily used in education and administrative services.
Tomedes serves almost every industry for English to Navajo translations, providing a wide range of services for our Navajo business partners. We realize the need for documents that are required for business transactions and our certified English to Navajo translations help solve communications issues.
We translate to over 120 languages and 950 language pairs, so we’re confident we can help your business. One of our goals is to broaden your horizons by creating new global growth. With our 24/7 customer support team, we are always here to answer questions throughout the translation process. We’ve helped thousands of satisfied customers succeed in global expansion and we’re ready to help you.
English is spoken by 1.5 billion people worldwide, making the language essential for a number of administrative, commercial, and legal procedures. Navajo to English translations play an important role in opening doors to residents who seek to have their credentials and qualifications recognized outside of their local reservations.
For our Navajo translation to English, we are much more than translators. We get your meaning and want to help you convey it to your target country. We are an entire language platform with over 20,000 vendors all focused on one thing: your complete satisfaction and the most accurate translations possible.
Our Navajo neighbors know they can trust Tomedes for translation from Navajo to English, and our 98% customer satisfaction rating supports this. Real estate transactions for many indigenous Navajo require the translation of multiple, sensitive documents, and our quality services can provide this with our expert linguists and post-editing services.
For over a decade we’ve provided outstanding translations from Navajo to English, with financial, legal, technology, and science translations across almost any industry.
Financial translation services are provided only by native translators who are experts in the field of finance. This ensures that anything we translate to and from Navajo is always accurate and usable for every transaction, report, or application.
Tomedes is fortunate to be involved in the exciting and ever-changing sectors of finance, and in our Navajo translation services, we’ve helped traders in cryptocurrency, crypto-insurance, stock data, real estate, and dozens of other sectors.
Medical translations are often a matter of life and death. With our medical translation services, we partnered with physicians and other medical professionals to streamline telemedicine for educating and training pre-med students, nurses, surgeons, plus hospital staff.
We help convey your meaning, and with our Navajo language translations, researchers are able to connect to a global arena of like-minded scientists to brainstorm new vaccines and medical therapies that save lives.
The legal field is filled with complex language that must be clearly understood in every language. For our legal translation services, our expert linguists are skilled in all the areas of law, including codes, procedures, and laws.
We strive to convey your meaning and it’s never more important than in the legal field. Our quality assurance team scans your documents to make certain when they are presented the context is correct.
The gaming industry, also, has benefited from our Navajo translation services, and we translated video games, computer code, technical manuals, and customer brochures to other international platforms of 120 different languages.
With our 1-year guarantee, our Navajo partners are covered for any revisions after translation, and with our expedited, same-day delivery, your project is on time, every time.
For our Navajo translation services, our linguists understand more than words of Navajo, as meaning contains culture, beliefs, and distinct phrasing. The Navajo language, also known as Diné Bizaad, is spoken by around 175,000 people in the United States and other locations.
Navajo is a language of the Apachean subgroup of the Athabaskan branch of the Na-Dené language family, along with Apache. Other Athabaskan languages include Chipewyan, Beaver, Sekani, Carrier, Hupa, Slave, Wailaki, Tagish, and more.
The Athabaskan language family includes approximately 44 different language groups native to the Western U.S. and Canada (Gordon, 2005).
For our Navajo translation to English, our linguists are well versed in everything about the language they are translating, including interesting trivia.
In the Navajo language, the number of phonemes is debated often. Many linguists agree that there are 33 consonants, including a large number of affricates and fricatives and 12 vowel sounds.
Vowels appear either short or long, or overlong, and Navajo syllables contain either high or low, rising or falling tones can occur on long syllables. A rising tone is marked by the acute accent on the second vowel, and falling is marked by the acute accent on the first syllable.
Similar to other Na-Dené languages, Navajo does not borrow from other languages. Instead, it uses native elements to create new words. For example, the Navajo word for telephone is béésh be hane’é that literally translates as ‘instrument.’
The Navajo and Apachean languages are known as Athabaskan languages mostly spoken by tribes in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Navajo forms a portion of the southern branch of this group, including the Apachean languages.
The two languages that are most like Navajo are Chiricahua and Mescalero, but Navajo is understandable to all the Apachean languages.
During the first part of World War II, a civil engineer living on a Navajo reservation suggested that the language be utilized as a code language. The complexity of the Navajo grammar helped contribute to its usefulness in conveying information without being decoded by the enemy.
With our Navajo language translations, we show your meaning to the world. Here are some of the most commonly translated Navajo words and phrases.
Hello (General greeting) Yá'át'ééh
Long time no see
How are you? Ąąʼ?
What's your name? Haash yinilyé?
My name is ... Shí éí ... yinishyé
(lit. "Where is your umbilical cord buried?")
Where are you from? Ąąʼ háádę́ę́ʼ?
Háádę́ę́ʼísh íiyisíí naniná?
I'm from ... ... naashá
Ąąʼ haʼíí baa naniná? (lit. "What are you doing?")
Reply to 'How are you?' ʼÁh nístsʼííd
Where are you from? Háadish nitsʼééʼ łeeʼ sitą́?
(Evening greeting) Yá'át'ééh ałní'íní
(Toasts used when drinking) Ahóá!
Have a nice meal Nizhónígo adííyį́į́ł
Pleased to meet you Nizhónígo ałhééhosiilzįįd
Have a nice day Nizhónígo Nee Ado’ááł
(Morning greeting) Yá'át'ééh abíní
(Afternoon greeting) Yá'át'ééh
Good evening Yáʼátʼééh iʼííʼą́
Good night Yá'át'ééh hiiłchi'į'
Goodbye Hágoónee’ ("okay/alright then")
Á'aa, hágoónee’ (reply)
Have a good journey Nizhónígo ch’aanidíínaał
I don't understand Doo ndiists'a' da
I don't know Doo shił bééhózin da
Please speak more slowly Háázhó’ógo bee ádíní
Do you speak English? Bilagáana bizaadísh dinitsʼaʼ?
Do you speak Navajo? Diné bizaadísh dinitsʼaʼ?
Yes, a little Bééhózin da
Please say that again Ánáádí'ní
I don't speak Navajo Diné bizaad doo shił bééhózin da
Excuse me Shoohá
How much is this? Díkwíí bą́ą́h ’ílį́?
Sorry No equivalent in Navajo
Please T'aa shoodi
Thank you Ahéhee'
Tʼáá íiyisíí ahéheeʼ
Reply to thank you Ahéhee'
Easter greetings Nizhónígo Damóotsoh
Birthday greetings Baa hózhǫ́ǫgo niʼdizhchį́
Where's the toilet / bathroom? Háadish yah anída'aldah góne'?
This gentleman will pay for everything
This lady will pay for everything
Would you like to dance with me?
I love you Ayóó ánííníshí
Help! Shíká anilyeedá!
Call the police! Siláo shá bich i' holne'!
Christmas greetings Laanaa yáʼátʼéehgo Késhmish
New Year greetings Nił hózhǫ́ǫgo chʼídoohah
Are you ready for our Navajo translation services? There’s never been a better time to go global with your business as international audiences are waiting to see your brand. Our expert linguists speak both the target and origin language, so your translation will be accurate. With our 1-year guarantee, your translation is covered for any revisions. With locations all around the world, Tomedes is available for you 24/7. Please contact us via the form on our website or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any of your Navajo translation service needs. If you would like to reach Tomedes by phone, do not hesitate to call our US offices at +1 985 239 0142 or our UK offices at +44 1615 096140. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your Yiddish translation.
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