PoliLingua provides translation and interpeting services from Irish into over 75 languages worldwide and viceversa. Our versed and talented translators have a significant amount of translation experience, and most of them have several areas of linguistic expertise. Therefore, we are able to provide Irish translation services to the highest standards for a wide array of industries and projects, including:
- Information technology
- Media, etc.
Given the fact PoliLingua works with translators who translate only into their mother tongue, we can ensure that your completed Irish translated documents will be at the highest level of accuracy.
Irish Legal translation
PoliLingua's Irish Legal and Law translations are performed only by native Irish speaking translators with a strong background in Law translation field, that have an extensive knowledge of both legal jargon language and technically complex terminology.
We understand the importance of confidentiality in handling legal documents which is why we have strict privacy guidelines applied.
To obtain a free Legal translation quotation, please fill out our quotation form and attach your files.
We have been doing technical translations for so many years that we perfectly understand how important it is to maintain the highest level of translation's accuracy, whether it’s a health and safety instructions, service manuals or product catalogs. Even the most experienced translator would be lost for words, unless familiar with the technical jargon of both languages. An expert not only understands the terminology but knows exactly how it is applied in practice.
In order to ensure the best quality of your document's translation, PoliLingua works only with professional Irish translators that not only translate in their mother tongue, but also have the relevant experience and background for any task they accomplish.
To request a free quote for your project please use our form or email us. We will respond in a few hours, providing you with a description of the whole process, price and terms of execution.
About the Irish Language
Irish is a Goidelic language of the Indo-European language family originating in Ireland and historically spoken by the Irish people. Irish is spoken as a first language by a small minority of Irish people, and as a second language by a rather larger group. Irish enjoys constitutional status as the national and first official language of the Republic of Ireland, and is an officially recognized minority language in Northern Ireland. It is also among the official languages of the European Union.
Written Irish is first attested in Ogham inscriptions from the 4th century C.E. This stage of the language is known as Primitive Irish. These writings have been found throughout Ireland and the west coast of Great Britain. Primitive Irish transitioned into Old Irish through the 5th century. Old Irish, dating from the 6th century, used the Latin alphabet and is attested primarily in marginalia to Latin manuscripts. During this time, the Irish language absorbed many Latin words, including ecclesiastical terms: examples are easpag (bishop) from episcopus, and Domhnach (Sunday, from dominica).
Irish was the predominant language of the Irish people for most of their recorded history, and they brought it with them to other regions, notably Scotland and the Isle of Man, where through earlier branching from Middle Irish it gave rise to Scottish Gaelic and Manx respectively. It has the oldest vernacular literature in Western Europe.