There are approximately 6,500 languages spoken in the world today. At Ulatus, we’ve translated over 50 languages which covers most of the population worldwide but still leaves a lot for us to experience. Through more than a decade of fulfilling client expectations, we accurately translate languages that would be unheard of by most. Here's a list of the Endangered languages that we translate:

  • Náhuatl
  • Aweer
  • Ojibwa
  • Quechua
  • Maori
  • Sami
  • Dine
  • Tamazight
  • Hausa
  • Kalaallisut
  • Tlingit
  • Tahitian
  • Inuktitut
  • Wapishana
  • Ainu
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Endangered Languages We Translate and Localize

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Spoken by only 1.7 million people, it dates back to the 7th century. Nahuatl is mostly only spoken by Nahuas who are located primarily in central Mexico.


A truly Endangered language, there are only 8,000 Aweer speakers in the world. This language is known and restricted to the Aweer people who reside in South-eastern Kenya.


Spoken in North America, Ojibwa has several varied dialects. The speakers of this language, mostly come from the Northern States of USA and some parts of Canada.


Quechua is spoken by less than 8 million people mainly from the Peruvian Andes. It is the second most spoken language in Peru after Spanish.


Popularly also known as Te reo is spoken by the indigenous Maori people of New Zealand. It is widely reported that less than 150,000 people speak this language.


Spoken in Nothern Europe, Sami languages have several dialects, some of which are now extinct. The speakers are mainly from Sweden, Norway , Finland and a few from Russia.


Also popularly known as Novajo, it is the most widely spoken Native American language. Approximately 170,000 Americans were speaking this language in 2011.


Spoken by roughly 5 million people mainly in Morroco, Tamazight had no script until the 20th century. It is now heavily promoted by the government of Morroco as a move to protect their culture.


Hausa is spoken by about 100-150 million people and is the most spoken indegenious language in Africa. It is most commonly heard in the African country of Niger.


Also known as West Greenlandic, it is a language indigenous to the people of Denmark. It is spoken by majority of the Danish and has around 50,000 native speakers.


Spoken by the Tlingit people in Alaska and Canada, it is a very Endangered language with only 1,360 natives. Immense effort is being put to revive the language in order to preserve and culture of the Tlingit people.


Tahitian is spoken by approximately 68,000 people from French Polynesia. It is also the most common spoken indigenous Polynesian language.


Spoken by only 40,000 people, Inuktitut is an especially Endangered language. It is spoken by the people of Eastern Canada.


Spoken by less than 9,000 people in Brazil & Guyana, Wapishana is one of the most endangered languages worldwide. It is the mother tongue of the indigenous group of people referred to as Wapichan.


One of the Endangered languages, Ainu comes from Hokkaido in Japan. According to UNESCO, in 2011, only 15 people could speak Ainu in their daily lives.

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