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We understand the importance of getting your message out to the world. This is why we make your demands our number one priority. It is our mission at Tomedes to provide you with the highest standard around, so we work tirelessly with professionals worldwide to deliver you impeccable Yiddish translation services any time of the day.
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Yiddish is spoken by about 2 million speakers in the world. You have a guaranteed audience for your business or individual needs for Yiddish—2 million of them, in fact. Tomedes is proud to work with a network of skilled and professional linguists who guarantee the highest quality of English to Yiddish translation services. Our translators have a deep cultural and linguistic understanding of the intricacies of the Yiddish language to ensure you receive accurate and reliable results every single time.
Formal training in an array of specializations furthermore helps our vendors fully comprehend whatever industry you are working with. You can therefore count on terminological consistency and relevance for whatever your target audience. There is no doubt about it: to make a relevant impact on the international market, your message must ring true to everyone. But without the proper language to relay it, this just might be impossible.
If you’re looking to go abroad, especially in the UK, the United States and Australia, you may need to brush up on your English skills. Moreover, if you’re trying to migrate to those countries, you’ll need to have a UKVACS, USCIS, and NAATI-certified translation, respectively. At Tomedes we help you to make sure your applications are certified translations, guarantee to be ready for acceptance in public and private institutions.
Tomedes relies on its expertise and rigor as well as cultural and linguistic knowledge to provide you with exceptional Yiddish to English translation services. Our language specialists turn to their extensive understanding of your specific subject to deliver professional Yiddish translations in record time. Thanks to our commitment to ISO standards, you can depend on Tomedes to reach the audience you need.
At Tomedes, we know how important it is to broaden your horizons. Our increasingly connected world is raising its expectations of accessible content in a variety of languages. Without this, it is nearly impossible to break into the international market in the way that you deserve. This is why Tomedes is here for you to offer Yiddish translation services that are the very top of the line.
At Tomedes, we translate documents to cater to all professional fields. Our document translation services ensure that we find translators from your specific area of expertise, and that the needs of your target specialization are accounted for. Our principal values of expertise and experience guide us as we work with professional linguists all around the world who benefit from renowned accreditation in language studies and a number of specialized industries. Architecture, finance, construction, and agriculture are just some of the many sectors our vendors are experts in so you can be sure that you receive the best professional Yiddish translation services for whatever the topic.
Because you deserve the best, Tomedes is a member of the ATA and whenever necessary our translations between Yiddish and English are certified with our seal. It is our aim that every aspect of your translation is certified properly. Our certified translation makes sure any of your applications are accepted by exacting standards. We can be with you at every step of the translation process. We are committed to delivering your Yiddish to English translation the very moment you need it so you can instead focus on the larger picture of expanding your business.
Yiddish is the language used by a large portion of the Jewish population. This makes it a language of a people and not of a geographical region. Followers of the Jewish faith all around the world have used Yiddish for centuries to communicate among themselves. The language originated around the 10th century, making it roughly 1,000 years old.
Yiddish means “Jewish” in the language itself. While this is what Jewish people called the language many years ago, it has also been named Taytsh, Yidish-taytsh, Loshn-ashkenaz, and Zhargon. In the 19th century, with the arrival of Jewish immigrants in England and the United States, the name “Yiddish” became more prevalent until it was officially adopted as the name.
Yiddish was first a dialect of the German language used by the Jewish community many centuries ago. As the Jewish population expanded to other geographical regions, the language began to adopt loanwords from various languages such as Hebrew and Slavic languages. Many Polish words have since been integrated into the Yiddish language, as well as smatterings of French, Hungarian, and Latin. Yiddish is based on the Hebrew script and is today used by approximately 1 million people. Many Jewish schools use Yiddish as the language of instruction, and it is also currently taught in an array of universities and institutions all around the world.
Yiddish is divided into two major dialects: Western and Eastern Yiddish. Western Yiddish used to be spoken in Germany, Holland, France, Switzerland, and Hungary, though today it has become more or less obsolete. Eastern Yiddish has more Slavic influences than its Western counterpart and is separated into various sub-dialects such as Northeastern, Mideastern, and Southeastern. In the United States, Yiddish speakers use a mixture of these Eastern dialects. Because Yiddish has never been the official language of a sovereign state, no dialect has ever taken precedence over the others. Today, the various dialects of Yiddish have prevailed through literature, music, and religious texts. Historically and culturally rich, Yiddish has also seen a comeback in higher education, as more people are studying and majoring in the language.
Are you interested in learning Yiddish? Come discover this list of the language’s most common words and phrases. Feel free to try out these sentences with native Yiddish speakers or use them to help you translate some Yiddish literature.
שלום־עליכם (Sholem-aleykhem) - Hello
װאָס מאַכסטו? (Vos makhstu?) - How are you? (informal)
װאָס מאַכט איר? (Vos makht ir?) - How are you? (formal)
גוט, אַ דאַנק (Gut, a dank) - Fine, thank you
װי הײסטו? (Vi heystu?) - What is your name? (informal)
װי הײסט איר? (Vi heyst ir? - What is your name? (formal)
איך הײס (Ikh heys ...) - My name is…
עס פֿרײַט מיר זיך צו קענען אײַך (Es frayt mir zikh tsu kenen aykh - Nice to meet you
זײַט אַזױ גוט (Zayt azoy gut) - Please
אַ דאַנק (A dank) - Thank you
נישטאָ פֿאַרװאָס (Nishto farvos) - You’re welcome
יאָ (Yo) - Yes
נײן (Neyn) - No
ענטשולדיק (Entshuldik) - Excuse me
זײַ געזונט (Zay gezunt) - Goodbye
איך רעד נישט קײן אידיש (גוט (Ikh red nisht keyn Yidish gut) - I can't speak Yiddish well
רעדסטו ענגליש (Redstu English?) - Do you speak English?
איז עס דאָ עמעץ װאָס רעדט ענגליש (Iz es do emetz vos redt english?) - Is there someone here who speaks English?
הילף Hilf - Help
איך פֿאַרשטײ נישט (Ikh farshtey nisht) - I don't understand
װוּ איז דער באָדצימער/דער װאַנעצימער (Vu iz der bodtsimer?/ der vanetsimer?) - Where is the toilet?
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