Foreign Languages

The 400 Language People

What sets us apart from most translation and interpreting companies is the sheer multitude of languages that we serve – over 400 to be exact! Since our inception in 1993, we have continued to build a reliable international network of highly trained translation and interpreting experts in a multitude of languages from all over the globe.

A successful interpreter makes the decision of how to best convey both the meaning of the words and the context in which those words are utilized in the conversation.  This is why we require our interpreting experts to have a high level of expertise, knowledge of and sensitivity to different cultures, languages, and nationalities. Our document translators provide the same superior quality of service with their documentation and localization skills –  thorough editing and proofreading and precision to detail and accuracy.

So if you need to have an experienced interpreter or translator for a rare language, we have that person for you! Don’t take our word for it. Try our “Language Search” tool to find your unique language!

Contact AFLS today to learn more about the different types of services that we offer in your language.

Languages List

The list below includes of all of the most common of the 400 languages that are often requested from us. This list represents the most common of the 400+ languages provided onsite and is not a comprehensive list.

(Alternative spellings and/or country in parentheses.) If you have questions about a rare or emerging language, please contact us and we will help you!

 

Afghani   Hebrew    Panjabi (Punjabi-India)  Zulu
Afrikaans   Hindi    Palau  Zuni (NM)
Akateko (Acateco)   Hopi    Pampango (Filipino)
Albanian   Housa (Nigeria)    Papiamento
American Sign Language (ASL)   Hungarian    Papago (AZ)
American Sign -Tactile   Ibibio (Nigeria)    Payute (Paiute)
Amharic (Ethiopia)   Icelandic    Pennsylvania Dutch
Amuzgo (Mexico)   Igbo (Ibo) (Nigeria)    Pepel (Guinea-Bassau)
Apache -San Carlos (AZ)   Illicano    Pidgin English (Nigerian)
Apache -White River (AZ)   Indonesian    Pima (Arizona)
Arabic   Irish Gaelic    Pohnpei
Aramaic   Italian    Polish
Armenian   Jacaltec (Guatemala)    Portuguese
Assam (India)   Japanese    Punjabi (India)
Assyrian   Juba (Sudan)    Purepecha (Mexico)
Azerbaijani   Jula (Ivory Coast)    Pushto (Afhganistan)
Azuri   Kachin    Putu Krahn
Badini Kurd (Badany, N. Kurd)   Kalinga (Kenya)    Quechua
Bamba   Kamba    Quiche (Guatemala)
Bambara (Ivory Coast)   Kana (Nigeria)    Rohingya (Myanmar)
Bamileke (Cameroon)   Kanjobal (Chuj) (Guatemala)    Romanian
Bari (Sudan)   Kannada (India)    Rundi (Burundi)
Basque (Spain)   Karen (Burma)    Russian
Bassa Liberia   Karenni (Burma)    Samoan
Bawara (Somali)   Kashmiri (Pakistan)    Sango (Central African Rep)
Bengali   Kazakh    Sanskrit (India)
Beninese   Kekchi (Guatemala)    Sapo Krahn
Berber (Morocco)   Khmer (Cambodian)    Serbian
Bhutanese   Kibembi    Serbo-Croatian
Bisaya (Filipino)   Kikuyu    Shan (Myanmar)
Bosnean   Kirundi    Shona (Zimbabwe)
Bounda   Kisi    Shoshoni
Braille   Kissi    Sicilian (Italy)
Brava (Somalia)   Kiswahili    Silozi (Nanibia)
Bulgarian   Konkani (India)    Sindhala (Sri Lanka)
Bugana (Uganda)   Korean    Sioux
Burmese   Kosrae (Micronesea)    Slovak
Burundi   Krahn (Liberia)    Slovenian
Caldean   Krio (W Africa)    Somali
Cambodian   Kru (Liberia)    Sorani Kurd (Central Kurd)
Canarai (India)   Kunama    Sousou
Cantonese   Kurdish    Spanish
Cebuano (Filipino)   Kurmanji Kurd (Northern Kurd)    Spanish Sign Lang.
Chagga   Kurundi    Subia (Nanibia)
Chamula (Mexican-Mayan Tzotsil)   Lacota Sioux    Swahili
Chavacano (Filipino)   Lao    Swedish
Ch’enalho Tzotzil   Lapaneco (Mexico)    Sylheti (India)
Cherokee   Latin    Tagalog (Filipino)
Chiluba   Latuka (Sudan)    Taiwanese (Chinese)
Chin (Burma-Myanmar)   Latvian    Tamaric (India)
Chinese (see: Cantonese, Mandarin)   Lingala (Sudan, Congo)    Tamil (India)
Chinese Sign Language   Lithuanian    Tarahumara (Mexico)
Chuj (Kanjobal) (Guatemala)   Luo    Tarascan (Mexico)
Chuuk (Truk)   Maadi (Sudan)    Tartar (Russia)
Creek   Maay (Somali-Mai Mai)    Tausog (Filipino)
Creo (Senegal)   Macedonian    Tchiluoluba
Creole (Haitian)   Maghrebi (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia)    Telegu/Telugu (India)
Crio (Sierre Leone)   Malay    Tepehaun (Mexico)
Croatian   Malay (Bahasa)    Terasco (Mexico)
Czech   Malayalam (India)    Thai
Danish   Malinke (Ivory Coast)    Timine (Sierre Leone)
Dakota   Mam (Guatemala)    Tohono O’odham (AZ)
Dari (Afghanistan)   Mandarin    Toisan (China-Toyshan)
Derija Darija (Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco)   Mande (West Africa)    Tongan
Dinka (South Sudan)   Mandingo    Tigrinya (Eritria, Ethiopia)
Dutch   Mandinka    Trique (Mexico)
Dzhongkha (Nepalese)   Marathi (India)    Truk (Chuuk from Palau)
Efik (Nigeria)   Mari (Russia)    Tswana (S Africa)
English Sign Language   Marshalese    Tugen (Kenya)
Estonian   Mayan (Mexico)    Tulu (India)
Ewe (Togo)   Mazahua (Mexico)    Tumbara (Sierre Leone)
Fante   Mazateco (Mexico)    Turkish
Farsi (Persian)   Memon    Twi (Ghana)
Farsi, Kurdish   Mestizo (Mexico)    Tzotzil (Mexico)
Fiji   Mina (Togo)    Ukrainian
Finnish   Mixe (Mexico)    Urdu (India, Pakistan)
Flemmish   Mixteco Alto (Mexico)    Ute (UT)
French   Mixteco Bajo (Mexico)    Uzbek
French Canadian   Mongolian    Vietnamese
Fujian (China)   Nahuatl (Mexico)    Vietnamese Sign Language
Fula   Nandi (Kenya)    Visayan (Filipino)
Fulani (Guinea)   Nanibian    Waray (Filipino)
Fuzhouhua (China)   Navajo    Wenzhou Hua
German   Nepali    Wolof (Senegal)
Gokana (Ogoni)   Nepali Sign Language    Xhosa
Grebo   Nestorian    Xuj (Guatemala)
Greek   Norwegian    Yaqui (AZ)
Gujarati (India)   Nuer (Sudan    Yap
Haitian Creole   Nyanja    Yoruba (Nigeria)
Hakkien (China)   Ogoni (Nigeria)    Yugoslavian (see: Bosnean Serbo-Croatian)
Halhmieg (Mongolian)   Ojibwe    Zande (Sudan, et al)
Hmong   Oriya (India)    Zapoteco (Mexico)
Housa (Nigeria)   Oromo (Kenya)    Zomi, Chin (Myanmar)
Hawaii   Otomi    Zoque (Mexico)