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The Assyrian Neo-Aramaic language is an Eastern Aramaic branch of the Semitic language family that has its origins in ancient Mesopotamia. Assyrian Neo-Aramaic was spoken in communities up until modern times and is still used today as a natural language, primarily by ethnic Assyrian people.
The main features of this language include three dialects: Senaya, Lishan Didan, and Lishana Deni. Notable among these dialects are Sòoyo, which is the most spoken variant of the Assyrian Neo-Aramaic language and the primary liturgical language for Churches of the East.
Furthermore, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic does not differ greatly from other Eastern Aramaic languages and still has much in common with it.
Certified Assyrian Neo-Aramaic translations from PoliLingua are perfect for any organization that needs to communicate with its Assyrian audiences. Our expert professionals are native speakers of the Neo-Aramiac language, and all translation services that we provide are certified for quality assurance.
Whether you need general or technical translations in English to Neo-Aramiac or vice versa, we have the experience, knowledge, and resources to meet your every need. We understand the importance of guarantees and timeframes, so our certified translators are always on hand to ensure accuracy and completeness on time. With us by your side, your communication goals can be achieved faster without compromise.
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic is spoken by the Assyrian people, who are primarily indigenous to the Middle East, particularly in northern Iraq, northeast Syria, southeast Turkey, and northwest Iran. It is difficult to estimate the exact number of speakers of Assyrian Neo-Aramaic due to the lack of reliable data and the varying definitions of what constitutes the language.
However, it is believed that there are around 500,000 to 1 million speakers of Assyrian Neo-Aramaic worldwide. Assyrian Neo-Aramaic is considered an endangered language, as its speakers face social and political challenges, including persecution and displacement due to conflicts and instability in the region.
Providing Assyrian Neo-Aramaic language services can contribute to language preservation and cultural revitalization efforts, as well as enable effective communication and engagement with Assyrian-speaking communities.
Our translations are performed by translators carefully selected to align with the subject matter and content of your project. They meet and exceed international quality standards. Upon request, we will provide you with a certificate attesting to the precision of our translations