If you are looking for a professional Hungarian translator, transcriber or even interpreter, PoliLingua is definitely the best choice you can make. We are working only with talented and experienced translators who know very well their job. Our professional linguists are not only experts in translation, they are also versatile and eager to develop various passions and hobbies that help them to manage a wide range of industries to which your translation projects may belong. This fact makes our translators absolutely irreplaceable.
Professional Hungarian Translation Services
Over the past 13 years PoliLingua have developed and grown into a true, reliable language services provider, that is able to successfully take care of projects of any complexity, including:
- Website translation and localization
- Translation of medical documents and reports
- Translation of legal documents
- Translation of software manuals
- Software translation and localization
- Technical translation
- Marketing material
- Financial documents
- Business reports
- and much more...
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Language & People
Hungarian is the official language of Hungary and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. Like Finnish and Estonian, it belongs to the Uralic language family.
The first written accounts of Hungarian, mostly personal and place names are dated back to the 10th century. Hungarians also had their own writing system, the Old Hungarian script, but no significant texts remain from that time, as the usual medium of writing, wooden sticks, is perishable.
The Kingdom of Hungary was founded in 1000, by Stephen I of Hungary. The country was a western-styled Christian (Roman Catholic) state, and Latin held an important position, as was usual in the Middle Ages. The Latin script was adopted to write the Hungarian language and Latin influenced the language. The earliest remaining fragments of the language are found in the establishing charter of the abbey of Tihany from 1055, mixed into Latin text.