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Lithuanian Translation

Ad Gloriam translation agency provides high quality translation services of legal, technical, medical, business and other kinds of specialised texts from Lithuanian to foreign languages and from foreign languages to Lithuanian.

Translations to Lithuanian are carried out by translators of respective fields who know the subtleties of the Lithuanian language and the specifics of the translation field well, e.g. financial translations are made only by translators educated in finance. 

All translations to Lithuanian are performed very precisely, taking into regard the cultural differences of countries.

We provide the following Lithuanian translation services:

Translation from Lithuanian to English Translation from English to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Russian Translation from Russian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Latvian Translation from Latvian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Italian Translation from Italian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to French Translation from French to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Ukrainian Translation from Ukrainian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Estonian Translation from Estonian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Danish Translation from Danish to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Norwegian Translation from Norwegian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Swedish Translation from Swedish to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Dutch Translation from Dutch to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to German Translation from German to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Russian Translation from Russian to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Polish Translation from Polish to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Czech Translation from Czech to Lithuanian
Translation from Lithuanian to Italian  Translation from Italian to Lithuanian

 

All translation services of Ad Gloriam comply with ISO 17100:2015 quality standards and requirements; therefore, we can guarantee the irreproachable quality of services provided to you and your business.

We translate technical, legal, economic, medical, financial texts and documents as well as texts of other fields.

Interesting facts about Lithuanian

The Lithuanian language belongs to the Baltic branch of the Indo-European language family. It is mostly spoken in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania, where it is the state language.

The Lithuanian language retained the ancient features of phonetics and morphology better than all other living Info-European languages and therefore is analysed with interest in the Indo-European studies.

The alphabet of the Lithuanian language is based on Roman (Latin) alphabet. It consists of 33 letters, several diacritic signs, and it is phonetic.

Martynas Mažvydas (1510–1563) who issued the first Lithuanian book, the Lutheran Catechism, in Karaliaučius (present Kaliningrad) in 1547 is considered to be the father of the Lithuanian literary language.

The beginning of formation of the Lithuanian literary language is associated with this period in particular (the language formed completely at the end of the 19th century – the beginning of the 20th century).

People started using the language in the written form in the eastern Prussia from about the middle of the 16th century on the basis of the southern Aukštaitian dialect spread in the region.

Grammar books of D. Klein (1653 and 1654) played the most important role in the standardization of this language.

Two written languages formed in the territory of the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 16th-17th century: central with the centre in Kėdainiai (it was used by M. Daukša, M. Petkevičius in their writings) and eastern with the centre in Vilnius (it was used by K. Sirvydas, J. Jankavičius).

In the first half and middle of the 19th century, the national Lithuanian literary language was formed with the participation of D. Poška, S. Stanevičius, S. Daukantas, M. Valančius.

The periodic press (Aušra, Varpas) that appeared at the end of the 19th century and specifically the activity of the famous Lithuanian linguist Jonas Jablonskis played a distinctive role in the formation of the Lithuanian literary language at that time. Today J. Jablonskis is considered to be the father of the Lithuanian language.

Two main historical periods of the Lithuanian literary language are distinguished: the old and the new one.

The Lithuanian language is extremely rich in word-building means.

For more information visit our office or contact us by phone +370 659 23 050 or e-mail [email protected]!

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