Coat of arms of Hungary

Hungarian / Magyar

Hungarian is a Ugric language spoken by approximately 15 million speakers across Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine and Slovakia. There are smaller Hungarian speaking communities across Europe, the USA, Canada and Australia.

Hungarian’s geographical isolation from other Ugric languages has led to notable outside influence from Turkic, Romance and Slavic languages. As a linguistic melting point, Hungarian is hugely interesting to modern language scholars.

Our specialist Hungarian linguists work with clients to facilitate communication with speakers of Hungarian around the globe. Whether you are preparing a product for international release or translating internal communications, our linguists strive to provide an exceptional translation or interpretation service.


Why Use Global Language Services

  • Experienced Latvian Translators & Interpreters
  • Industry Specialism
  • Extensive Linguist Database
  • Local Demand / Local Supply Policy
  • ISO 9001:2008 Accreditation
  • BS EN 15038 Accreditation
  • Regular Staff Training
  • Rigorous Confidentiality Policies
  • Flexible Support

What Our Clients Said

“A big thank you to all concerned. Feedback from the customer is that they have been very impressed and pleased with the format.”

– Scottish Prison Service

“Well, I must say I have always been impressed with the quick responses to my requests but this is a record, just under 30 minutes. Many thanks again.”

– VIA Lothian and Borders

Did You Know?

Hungarian is an incredibly inflected language with 19 cases, various suffixes, prefixes and verb conjugations – nouns can have up to 238 possible forms.

Help Us Exceed Your Needs

If you make your brief as detailed as possible, we can deliver a service that is specifically tailored to your requirements. Whether you are preparing to take a product international or you are producing internal communications for a multinational, contact us today and we will discuss how we can help.

Contact us today by requesting a quote, calling 0141 429 3429, or emailing

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