Tigrinya Translation Services

English To Tigrinya Translation Services

Approximately 7 million people speak Tigrinya globally. For English to Tigrinya translations, Rise Afrika has won the confidence of over 95,000 businesses from every sector. Our clients put their trust in us because they know they can rely on our team to deliver high-quality Tigrinya English translations every time.

When it comes to professional or certified documents translated to another language, concise and accurate Tigrinya translators are paramount, and we hire only the most experienced and skilled translators to complete your project. Anything less than perfect is unacceptable, and we pride ourselves on that motto. We truly believe that our customers are at the heart of our philosophy, and this belief shows in every translation we perform.

Our Tigrinya Translation Services

Rise Afrika and its global team of Tigrinya linguists serve thousands of business and individual clients spanning five continents. Our expert linguists are adept in every major language and multiple industries. We are proud to help thousands of markets thrive in a global hive of transactions, and here are a few we are part of.

Translate Professional Documents to Tigrinya

Our document translations are catered to the growing need to speak and be accessible to the global Tigrinya speaking population. Our document translation services are able to provide for any official designation that you may need, such as in the finance and medical fields.

Financial Documents

In the expanding world of blockchain markets, Rise Afrika has worked with Fortune 500 companies to solidify their brand in international markets. Our financial translation services ensure that vital fiscal and banking documents are duplicated with succinct accuracy. The business world demands high-quality translations, because there is no room for errors. 

Financial transactions can have thousands of documents, and our clients rely on us to make certain those documents are handled with care. We’ve helped start-ups, large corporations, and government institutions in every language with trading, insurance, cryptocurrency, and other complex documents. There is a reason over 95,000 businesses trust Rise Afrika. We are a leader in global translations, and we try to prove it every day.

Medical Documents

When our clients in healthcare need to translate Tigrinya to English or any other language, they trust Rise Afrika to get the job done. In the new virtual world, healthcare has shifted to a homogeneous workplace. We’ve helped that shift by providing Tigrinya translation services to hospitals, medical education institutions, and private medical establishments. 

We also translate for the medical field. Our medical translation services translate medical instruction manuals, hospital marketing documents, and surgical procedure guides, among others. to other languages. This consequently leads to  being able to educate young doctors and treat sick patients. The medical profession knows it can rely on our expert translators to make certain important guides and course manuals that are understood in every language. Our Tigrinya translators are fluent in their language as well as the target language, so your meaning is completely understandable.

Tigrinya Translations for Official Documents

There are about 250,000 Ethiopians in the United States, some of which may speak Tigrinya. And for those looking to study or settle in the US, our certified translations are here to serve those who are looking to broaden their horizons. You can trust us since we have translated and certified thousands of documents for acceptance in private and public institutions here and abroad.

More About Tigrinya

While a Tigrinya language translation by our professional translators is a science and an art, the language itself has an interesting history. Tigrinya is part of the Ethiopic branch of Semitic languages and it’s spoken acutely in the Tigre region of Ethiopia and Central Eritrea. There are more than 4.4 million speakers of Tigrinya in Israel, and it’s also spoken in Saudi Arabia, the USA, Sudan, Italy, the UK, and other countries.

Trivia About Tigrinya

Most of this population is located in Sudan, Eritrea, and Northern Ethiopia. While Amharic is Ethiopia’s national language, Tigrinya is the country’s fourth most spoken language. In Eritrea, however, a majority of people speak Tigrinya, with about 50% classifying it as their mother tongue. On the edge of northeast Africa, there is a small population of Tigrinya speakers living in Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Australia.

How To Say Hello in the Tigrinya Language

“Hello” is said in Tigrinya by saying “Selam” or writing: ሰላም፡፡. The Tigrinya capital city of Asmara is derived from “Arbate Asmara, or “four women made them unite.” This phrase comes from a local legend about four different tribes that needed to come together to defend their land from outsiders. One female leader from each tribe met to discuss unity and came to a decision quickly. They decided the new combined city would be known as “Arbate Asmara,” and this legend is now part of the Tigrinya history. In the district of Akele Guzai, Logo Sarda shows the earliest evidence of written Tigrinya, and this dates back to the 13th century.

Some Specifics of the Tigrinya Language

Tigrinya is written in the “Ge’ez ” script, which consists of an alphasyllabary where consonant-vowel sequences are written as one unit. Combined, the language includes 26 consonant letters. While Tigrinya is a language, the term is also used to refer to an ethnic group in Eritrea. Tigrinya, Tigre, and Tigrayans all originated from the same group until the 8th century. The oldest Tigrinya and Ge’ez inscription dates to the 3rd and 4th centuries, and the Bible was translated into Tigrinya in the 5th and 7th centuries. Tigrinya words consist of a set of ejective consonants that include seven vowels. For written Tigrinya, each symbol represents a consonant plus a vowel syllable.