Georgian Translation Services
Lingua Translations is a global leader in high quality Georgian translation and interpreting services, all of which are carried out by fully qualified, registered and vetted professional Georgian translators and interpreters.
Our native speaking Georgian linguists work across a range of sectors, which include business, financial, legal, public sector, technical, multimedia, and many more as detailed on our website.
Location Georgia, Caucasia
Population 4.4 million people
Language family Kartvelian
Related languages Svan, Laz, Mingrelian
Number of global speakers Close to five million speakers worldwide
- Sourcing a Georgian translation
Finding a professional translation company to handle your Georgian translation project can be a tricky task, especially if you have no prior experience of dealing with Georgian translation services.
That is why our primary aim at Lingua Translations is to allay any doubts and fears you may have, guiding you through each step of the process as we provide you with a superb Georgian translation service from start to finish.
We believe that trust is paramount, and we anticipate that you will trust us completely with the responsibility of handling your project, just as we put our trust in our expert Georgian translators to produce a high quality translation for you.
Lingua Translations only work with in-country Georgian translators who have at least five years’ professional Georgian translation experience. Furthermore, they all have specialist knowledge and expertise in specific areas, meaning we can handpick a Georgian translator based entirely upon the nature of your job and the area you work within.
We can provide a Georgian translation of any manner of text, either from or into Georgian.
- Georgian translation – a language overview
Georgian is the official language of Georgia, a Caucasian country on the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It is spoken by over four million Georgians, plus by many others in Azerbaijan, Iran, Israel, Russia, Turkey and the United States, making it the most
The language uses its own alphabet, which is used for all other Kartvelian languages too, and has phonemic orthography. The modern alphabet is made up of 33 letters.
Georgian is the most pervasive of all the Kartvelian languages.