page updated January 12, 2023
For many of our clients requesting English to Cherokee translation, they may have Native American backgrounds and heritage, but no longer have access to fluent tribal language or methods of accurate translation. The desire to express something in the language of their heritage, or the need to know what an old manuscript, poem or letter says are all good reasons to request a translation.
Other situations may include a writer wanting to implement Cherokee language into creative texts, or a screenwriter working on a script that contains Cherokee dialogue. Students taking a Native American poetry class may request English to Cherokee translation for school projects. Likewise, teachers may need verification or proofreading of certain manuscripts or texts.
Cherokee is the one of the most common languages requested for tattoo translations.
In the recent Cherokee creative translation request, our translators received only two lines of English text which contained our client’s sentiments towards their departed mother. We did our best to provide a creatively accurate translation of said expression. Having expert Cherokee translators who are scholars of the language allows us to do so. What we were able to create was poetry.
We are ready to fulfil your creative translation needs regardless of the project’s scale.
To get a free quote on a Cherokee translation, simply use the top menu to send your text or your file, and you'll be provided with a detailed quote in seconds. We make sure to keep our prices cost-effective and reasonable.
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