Romanian is the easternmost language of the Romanian branch of the Indo-European language family and is also known as Romanian Daco and Moldovan. It is the statutory national language of Romania, where 19.7 million people speak it as their first language. Romanian is also the official language of Moldova, a former Soviet republic, sometimes referred to as Moldovan. Some 3 million people speak in Moldova. The Moldavian variety used Cyrillic until it was officially replaced by the Latin alphabet, unlike Romania, in which the Latin alphabet is used.
Romania has a large foreign population in Australia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation, Serbia, Sweden, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United States, and Uzbekistan. The total number of speakers worldwide has been reported to be approx. 26.3 million.
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Romanian was originated in Latin during the 5th to 6th centuries when the territory which is now Romania was a part of the Roman Empire. Romans interacted with their neighbours, who spoke Slavic and exercised a great deal of influence in their language, religion, and culture during the 7th and 8th centuries. Other influences included Hungarian, Turkish, and Greek influences. The dialects of the language are as follows:
1. Muntenian (Walachian)
4. Moldavian, mostly influenced by Russian and written in Cyrillic alphabet)
5. Bayash dialect generally spoken by Gypsies, Balkan Romani, and Hungarian
As with other Romance languages, Romanian vocabulary is mostly of Latin origin. However, it has many Slavic elements, with an estimated 40% of Romanian vocabulary comprising of borrowings from neighbouring Slavic languages A determined effort was made in the 19th century to purge and replace the Romanic Slavic words with a Romanesque vocabulary. The Romanian sound system is characterized by a large inventory of vowels and diphthongs and a comparatively straightforward system of consonants.
A good approach to ensuring the quality of Romanian to English and English to Romanian translations is to employ the most experienced Romanian linguists with subject matter expertise to translate your content. Best practices for localization are to provide these linguists with translation style guides, terminology glossaries, and other reference materials to ensure the best linguistic outcome.
Few are aware that Romanian is a romantic language like French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese; but the region is surrounded by the Slavic language in Eastern Europe countries, people believe that Romanian is part of the Slavic family. Language has Slavic roots, but they represent only 10% of the vocabulary.
Since the 1989 revolution, Romania has been opened to a world that they could only have imagined before. They are now heavily influenced by American English. The Romanians are survivors, so the Romanian language tells the story of a nation of survivors. At Delsh, we also require our linguists to have strong technical writing skills to ensure the best readability of the translated sentences. We are committed to providing accurate and fluent translations with cultural nuances to engage the reader, leading to the better audience experience.
Business practices and the Romanian language are constantly evolving and our translators at Delsh will help to strengthen interaction with your Romanian audience. Every Romanian to English and English to Romanian translation service we provide delivers outstanding value without compromising on quality.