Translations of Icelandic language to English and other languages

Translations of Icelandic language to English and other languages

Tatiana Osoblivaia




Translations of the Icelandic language to English are on the rise. Translations from and into Icelandic, such as manuscripts of fiction or marketing materials, are in high demand. From web content to software and technical communication, we provide professional translations from the Islandic language to English and from English to Islandic for every industry.


Icelandic translators for American companies

Icelandic is a Nordic language spoken by about 350,000 people worldwide. It is the official language of Iceland and one of three languages that have official status in the Faroe Islands (alongside Faroese and Danish). It also has official status in Greenland (alongside Danish) and Norway (alongside Norwegian).

The English-Icelandic translation industry is booming, due to the increase in tourism and trade between Iceland and the rest of the world.

The demand for the Icelandic language has never been higher, as they are needed to translate business documents and marketing materials into Icelandic. The demand for translations from Icelandic into English has increased dramatically over the last several years. The number of Americans who visit Iceland every year has doubled since 2010, while trade between America and Iceland has more than tripled since 2008. This means that more Americans need to translate Icelandic documents translated into English so they can communicate with local businesses or interact with locals while on vacation or business trips abroad.

Companies are looking for professional translators who can provide high-quality Icelandic to English translations at competitive rates. However, many companies don't know where to find these professionals or how to evaluate them during interviews or tests.


Icelandic translation of websites

Translating a website for an American company into Icelandic is a difficult task. The language is very different from English and the Icelandic translation industry has not yet developed the necessary resources to fully meet the needs of foreign clients.

The first reason is that there are many different dialects in Iceland, which complicates matters even further. The second reason is that Icelanders have been taught English since kindergarten and therefore speak it as their mother tongue. It is often difficult to find someone who can translate Icelandic technical terms or medical words correctly without knowing them intimately. And finally, there are many words that seem similar but mean something completely different in Icelandic than they do in English. For example, “bikini” means “beach dress” in Icelandic while “bras” means “bra” or “breast support garment”!


Translators of Icelandic documentation

If you are an American company that wants to do business in Iceland, you will need to hire translators from Islandic to English or vice versa to translate your documents. It is important to use professionals so that your documents can be translated properly.

It is also vital that your documents are translated by a translator who is familiar with the culture and language of Iceland. This will help make sure that no mistakes are made during the translation process.

In order for your documents to be as effective as possible, it is important that they be translated by a native speaker of Icelandic or someone who has lived in Iceland for many years.


The most common languages for Icelandic translations in the modern world

There are many languages that are spoken in Iceland, but they are not all relevant to the translation industry. The most common languages for Icelandic translations in the modern world include English, French and German. These three languages are all very similar to Icelandic and therefore provide a great opportunity for translators who work in Icelandic to earn a living.

Icelandic to English and English to Icelandic translations

English is one of the most commonly spoken languages in Iceland, as well as one of the most useful ones if you want to work as a translator. The main reason for this is that English is spoken by almost everyone in Iceland and it is also used by international companies and organizations that have offices there. This makes it an ideal choice for those who want to start working as translators or interpreters and can make it easier for them to find jobs with these companies when they arrive in Iceland.

Icelandic to German and German to Icelandic translations

The second most common language for Icelandic translations is German. This may be surprising as Iceland has no historical connection to Germany, but it is due to the fact that German is often studied as a second language in Iceland and many people can speak it fluently.

Icelandic to French and French to Icelandic translations

French is another popular language among Icelanders due to its close relationship with English. While French may not be as widespread among natives as English, it still has a strong presence within certain sectors of society such as education and tourism. This means that there will always be a demand for people who can speak French fluently and translate texts from French into Icelandic or vice versa

Other languages that are most commonly used for Icelandic translations include Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.

Professional translation company PoliLingua can translate more than 100 language pairs. Our professional Islandic translators can

  • Translate Icelandic to Danish and Danish to Icelandic
  • Translate Icelandic to Spanish and Spanish to Icelandic
  • Translate Norwegian to Icelandic and Icelandic to Norwegian
  • TranslateFrench to Icelandic and Icelandic to French
  • Translate Polish to Icelandic and Icelandic to Polish
  • Translate Swedish to Icelandic and Icelandic to Swedish
  • Translate German to Icelandic and Icelandic to German


The most common situations where you may need to translate Icelandic to English and English to Icelandic

There are many situations where you may need to translate Icelandic to English, or English into Icelandic. Here are some of the more common ones:

- If you're writing a business letter and want to include Icelandic phrases in it, you'll need to translate these into English.

- If you're working on a project that requires you to use both languages, for example, if you're writing about a product that is sold in both countries, or if your company has offices in both countries and needs to communicate with them easily, then it's probably wise to have someone who knows both languages translate everything for you.

- If you're traveling to Iceland or visiting relatives there, it will be helpful if someone translates for you when talking with people who speak only Icelandic and don't speak any English at all!


The best multilingual translation agency to translate Icelandic to English and other languages for any business purpose

Our translators have a wide range of experience. They are able to translate documents from Icelandic to English and vice versa. They also specialize in translating documents from other languages into Icelandic and vice versa.

Our team of professionals is comprised of native Icelandic speakers who specialize in translating from Icelandic to English different types of documents. Our translators have experience in many different fields.

  • Translations of Icelandic legal documents
  • Icelandic official document translations
  • Icelandic medical translations
  • Icelandic marketing translations
  • Icelandic technical translations
  • Icelandic financial document translations
  • Website content Icelandic translations
  • Software localization for the Icelandic market

If you need to translate Icelandic to English and English into Icelandic, then you've come to the right place. We offer professional Icelandic-to-English translation services for individuals, businesses, and government bodies looking to translate their documents or correspondence into English or other languages.


Main Icelandic translation types

Icelandic transcription: During this step, we take care of all audio files that need to be transcribed so they can be correctly pronounced by our native speakers. We also make sure that all audio files have been edited properly before sending them over to the quality assurance department where they will be tested extensively so any possible errors can be caught before they reach the production phase.

We offer professional Icelandic interpretation at international conferences, seminars, meetings and events all over the world. Our team of interpreters is available for all language combinations, including English / Icelandic; German / Icelandic; French / Icelandic; Spanish / Icelandic; Russian / Icelandic, etc. Icelandic interpretation can be provided for face-to-face sessions or for audio-visual interpretations (e.g. simultaneous or consecutive). We provide interpreters from all over the world.

Icelandic localization services are a critical part of any business, whether you’re an IT company, a financial institution or an eCommerce website. Localization involves translating your business into the local language, modifying your website to suit Icelandic users and adjusting your marketing campaigns for the Icelandic market.

Icelandic subtitles can be used for any type of video or audio, including live events, podcasts and audiobooks. Icelandic subtitling services can be provided to suit your needs, from Icelandic subtitles for a documentary to Icelandic subtitles for an educational video game. Icelandic subtitling services are available in many languages, including English.

Icelandic voice-over is a great way to get your message across. Icelandic voiceover services are provided by native speakers who have experience recording voiceovers for commercials, narrations, documentaries and eLearning modules. It’s a voice that is pleasant to listen to, but it also has an edge that can be used for different types of campaigns and commercial messages. Icelandic voice-over is a very popular service in the world of dubbing and animation.

We have a team of professional translators who have a wide range of experience in translating Icelandic into English and English into Icelandic. They will work with you to make sure your translation is done in a way that is culturally sensitive and accurate. We know that when it comes to translations, there are many factors that can affect the outcome and we have the experience and knowledge to ensure that your translation is accurate and respectful of the original material.




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