Do you need someone to translate your documents into English, or any other language, from Yiddish? Our certifiedYiddish translators are able to do just that, and at a very competitive price. Our translators can quickly and efficiently translate any sort of official document from Yiddish into English, or vice versa.
Benefits of our certified Yiddish translators
It’s fast: Our translators can even provide a same-day service if you need something done in a hurry.
It’s economical: Our translators provide a high-quality translation service, but aim to keep it affordable as well.
It’s accurate: It’s important to translate official documents like passport and visa applications thoroughly. That’s why our translators pride themselves on their reliable and accurate service.
It’s really simple to get your Yiddish documents translated. There’s no need to visit an office. All you need to do is follow the online process on the website, and upload your document or documents according to the instructions.
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Five facts about the Yiddish language
Yiddish is the language spoken by Ashkenazi Jews, and is derived from High German dialects, with much influence from other languages.
Yiddish is written using the Hebrew script.
The language existed in two different forms for many centuries with different histories: Western and Eastern Yiddish.
The language is known as the “mother language” by Ashkenazi Jews, who distinguish it from Aramaic and Hebrew, which are known as “holy languages”.
Yiddish was usually just called “Jewish” by non-Jews throughout the 20th century.
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