POZENA’s professional human translations from Norwegian to English and any other language or from English and any language into Norwegian are reliably performed by formally qualified native-speaking translators, assuring their consistently high quality.
Why choose professional Norwegian translations?
- Norwegian is the native language of around 5 million people worldwide (nearly 0.07% of the world's population), and is outside the top 100 most spoken languages worldwide in terms of native speakers.
- Norsk is the official language of Norway.
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Norwegian – basic information
- The Norwegian language is a member of the North Germanic subgroup, a branch of the Germanic languages. It evolved from the western dialects of the Old Norse language in the 12th century. The oldest written accounts of Norwegian date to this period. Following a union with Denmark, Danish became the dominant language in the Norwegian territory between the 16th and 19th centuries. The modern variety of Norwegian, which is now called Bokmål (“book language”) began to evolve in the 18th century and was based on the Oslo dialect and the Danish language.
- The interesting thing about Norwegian is that there are two standard varieties of this language that coexist with each other: Bokmål and Nynorsk (“new Norwegian”).
- The latter is spoken by 10-20% of the population, primarily from non-urban areas. Both varieties are regulated by the Language Council of Norway (Språkrådet).
- The Norwegian dialects are divided into four major groups: Northern Norwegian, Central Norwegian, Western Norwegian, and Eastern Norwegian. These regional varieties differ primarily in pronunciation and vocabulary. The morphological and syntactic differences are much smaller.
- Due to genetic relationship, Norwegian (Bokmål) is very close to Swedish and Danish. These three languages are regarded as mutually intelligible. Norwegians can successfully communicate with Danes and Swedes speaking their own language.
- Norwegian is an official language of the Nordic Council.
Specialist industry translations from and into Norwegian
Translations for the energy sector
Marketing translations, localisation and copywriting
Translation of agreements and power of attorney
Translations of user guides and service manuals
Basic words and phrases – English-Norwegian mini dictionary
yes - ja
no - nei
please - vær så snill
thank you - takk
sorry - jeg beklager/unnskyld
good morning - god morgen
good evening - god kveld
goodbye - farvel
good night - god natt
hi - hej
How are you? - Hvordan har du det?
good - bra
My name is… - Jeg heter…
I don't understand - Jeg forstår ikke
I'm from the UK - Jeg kommer fra Storbritannia
- Norwegian, like Swedish, features a large number of vowels. Overall, there are 19 vowel sounds.
- In Norwegian, there is no standard accent (unlike in many other European languages). Accordingly, all regional varieties are assigned equal status.
- Norwegian is a pitch accent language (the syllable is pronounced with a special tone). There are two distinct pitch patterns.
- The longest word in Norwegian is the 33-letter noun menneskerettighetsorganisasjonene, which means “the human rights organizations”.
- Several Norwegian words have made their way into European languages. Sample English words of Norwegian origin include berserk, fjord, ski and telemark.