Turkmen

Turkmen is a Turkic language spoken by 3.5 million people in Turkmenistan, where it is the official state language, as well as by around 2 million people in northeastern Iran and 1.5 million people in northwestern Afghanistan.

Turkmen is a member of the East Oghuz branch of the Turkic family of languages; its closest relatives being Turkish and Azerbaijani, with which it shares a relatively high degree of mutual intelligibility. Written Turkmen today is based on the Teke dialect. The other dialects are Nohurly, Ýomud, Änewli, Hasarly, Nerezim, Gökleň, Salyr, Saryk, Ärsary and Çowdur.

Turkmen only started to appear in writing at the beginning of the 20th century, when it was written with the Arabic script. Between 1928 and 1940 it was written with the Latin alphabet, and from 1940 it was written with the Cyrillic alphabet. Since Turkmenistan declared independence in 1991, Turkmen has been written with a version of the Latin alphabet based on Turkish.

 

ProMosaik Trans offers translations from and into Turkmen in the following fields:

 

  • Law and Contract Law
  • Patents
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Technology
  • Science
  • Literature
  • Cultural Sciences

 

Turkmen Proverb: “Stretch your legs [only to] the length of your blanket.”

Meaning: Don’t expose yourself to harm and insecurity. Stay within your own limits

 

ProMosaik Trans Istanbul offers the following language combinations from and into Turkmen:

 

English – Turkmen

 

German – Turkmen

 

French – Turkmen

 

Italian – Turkmen

 

Spanish – Turkmen

 

 

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ProMosaik Trans also offers editing, interpreting, proofreading, and transcription services in Turkmen.

 

With ProMosaik interlanguage you can also study Turkmen with us online!

 

Send your translation requests into or from Turkmen, with the documents you need to be translated to info@promosaik.com