Maltese is a Semitic language spoken by approximately 520,000 people on the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino. It is the national language of Malta, the co-official language of the country with English and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union.
Maltese stems from Sicilian Arabic, a northern form of Arabic that developed some time between the 9th and 14th centuries on Sicily.
By the 14th century Romance languages had mostly taken over and Sicilian Arabic was almost extinct in the Mediterranean. However, Sicilian Arabic continued to be used on Malta and developed into Maltese over the next 700 years
Our Maltese interpreters and translators are highly trained and are able to provide you with a wide range of language services. From translating voiceovers to simultaneous interpretation in meetings, we’re here to help you.
Why Use Global Language Services
- Experienced Maltese 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
“That is fantastic! Thank you so much. It will make it much easier at this end to match the voice over doing it in a table this way. What a great service you provide!”
– Highland Children’s Forum
“Any more translations required and I will definitely be using your company again. Fast turnaround has been a life saver!”
– Delta Energy and Environment
Did You Know?
Maltese is the only Semitic language (a family of languages native to West Asia) that is written with the Latin script.
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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.
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