Welsh Legal Translation Service

Our specialist Welsh legal translators work for a wide range of legal and associated professions. Solicitors, courts, police stations, prisons, accountants, public sector organisations, EU organisations, businesses and individuals have all used our services.

Our Welsh legal translators translate letters, certificates, statements, audits, contracts, patents, summons, and other legal papers.

Our vetted translators specialise in different areas of law or types of legal documentation, so you can be sure that the right specialist will be assigned to the work.

Many Welsh translations of documents and certificates need to be notarised or certified before they will be accepted as “true” translations. To find out more, visit our Certified, Notarised , FCO Legalisation pages.

As well as offering a professional and confidential Welsh legal translation service, Knockhundred also has available a team of Welsh legal transcribers in a wide range of languages. To find out more, visit our Welsh transcription service page.

Confidentiality during the translation process

As part of our contract with you, we and our Welsh linguists are required to keep all material confidential that is not in the public domain. We are also happy to sign more specific confidentiality agreements if required.

Please refer to our client feedback page to learn more about the unbeatable Welsh language service we offer.

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WHILE YOU’RE HERE... SOME QUITE INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE Welsh LANGUAGE

Welsh is a member of the Brittonic branch of the Celtic languages. It is spoken natively in Wales, by some in England, and in Y Wladfa (the Welsh colony in Chubut Province, Argentina). Historically, it has also been known in English as "Cambrian", "Cambric" and "Cymric". The United Kingdom Census 2011 recorded that the percentage of all people aged three and over living in Wales who could speak Welsh had decreased from 20.8% to 19% as compared to 2001. Despite an increase in the overall size of the Welsh population, this meant that the number of Welsh speakers in Wales dropped from 582,000 in 2001 to 562,000 in 2011. However, this figure was still much higher than 508,000 or 18.7% of people who said they could speak Welsh in 1991. According to the Welsh Language Use Survey 2013-15, 24% of people aged three and over living in Wales were able to speak Welsh. The Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 gave the Welsh language official status in Wales, making it the only language that is de jure official in any part of the United Kingdom, English being de facto official.

Welsh SAMPLE TEXT

Genir pawb yn rhydd ac yn gydradd â'i gilydd mewn urddas a hawliau. Fe'u cynysgaeddir â rheswm a chydwybod, a dylai pawb ymddwyn y naill at y llall mewn ysbryd cymodlon.

Welsh example video

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And lastly, how to say in Welsh the longest village name in Britain

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch