Translations to/from Romanian

We translate to and from Romanian, regardless of the domain or number of words.

Spoken by around 28 million people, the Romanian language is the official language of Romania, the Republic of Moldova, the autonomous province of Vojvodina in Serbia and in the Athos Mountain region in Greece. Also, Romanian speakers have spread in many European countries, including Italy, Spain, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Russia, Portugal, the UK, France and Germany, as well as the USA, Canada and Israel.

Having Latin roots, Romanian represents a communion between two different cultures: Romanian territory was originally populated by Dacians and later colonized by Romans around the year 106 A.D. Later, between the 7th and 10th Centuries, the Romanian language felt a second wave of influence, this time of Slavic origin, through the intermediary of the Byzantine Empire.

Largely an agricultural zone, valued for its important gold and silver resources, Dacian territory was colonized by Romans, who brought the Latin language and introduced it in administration and commerce. Thus was born proto-Romanian. It is considered that the Romanian language was the first language to separate from Latin and it remains today loyal to its roots since it is more conservative in comparison with other similar languages, as far as nominal morphology. For instance, Romanian has faithfully preserved the declensions of Latin, even if only 5 of the 6 it originally had: nominative, accusative, dative, genitive and vocative. Also, from Latin, Romanian has preserved the neutral noun. With all of this, the morphology of the verb retains the perfect and future forms common to other latin languages. But basically, Romanian simplified verb tenses significantly.

Called in general “Romanian” the language contains a series of dialects and different interpretations. Aromanian, Istro-Romanian and Megleno-Romanian are in the same book, covering the territory to the North and South of the Danube. Further, Romanian undergoes modification of nuance even in Romania, where several subdialects can be distinguished: Oltenesc, Moldovenesc, Muntenesc, Maramuresean, Bănătean and Ardelenesc.