Professional Niuean Translation Service for You

CCJK provides accurate and timely Niuean Translation into or from any other language combination. The most common being translations from Niuean to English and translations from English to Niuean. CCJK manages all natures of Niuean translation projects.

Ranging from small emails to large technical manuals translation into Niuean. Regardless of the project type we are sure we will provide you with the best quality Niuean translations in the industry.

To ensure accuracy we use qualified native Niuean translators. All our Niuean translators have undergone an approval and testing process to ensure their competence and they are audited at random.

Quality Assurance in 8 steps

The reason why we can assure the quality for your Niuean translation is because we work according to a step-by-step plan:

1. Your project will be assigned to a competent Niuean translator

2. A terminology database will be set up for your translation

3. A CAT-tool will be set up for your Niuean translation

4. Your translation will be translated into Niuean

5. Quality Control will be used during the translation process

6. Your translation will be put in the appropriate format (DTP)

7. The seventh step of our Quality Assurance is the second proofreading of your translation by a native Niuean speaker

8. And the last step, of course, the Final Quality Control for your Niuean translation

Our global network of translators ensures that we can guarantee you a fast turnaround, even on large documents with short deadlines. No matter whether it’s Niuean to English or English to Niuean, the quality of your Niuean translation is guaranteed at CCJK.

Niuean Language Introduction

The Niuean language or Niue language is a Polynesian language, belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian subgroup of the Austronesian languages. It is most closely related to Tongan and slightly more distantly to other Polynesian languages such as Māori, Sāmoan, and Hawaiian. Together, Tongan and Niuean form the Tongic subgroup of the Polynesian languages. Niuean also has a number of influences from Samoan and Eastern Polynesian languages.

Niuean is spoken by 2,240 people on Niue Island (97.4% of the inhabitants) as of 1991, as well as by speakers in the Cook Islands, New Zealand, and Tonga, for a total of around 8,000 speakers. There are thus more speakers of Niuean outside the island itself than on the island. Most inhabitants of Niue are bilingual in English. In the early 1990s 70% of the speakers of Niuean lived in New Zealand.

Some numbers in Niuean are:

1 taha 10 hogofulu 100 taha e teau 1000 taha e afe
2 ua 20 uafulu 200 ua (e) teau 2000 ua (e) afe
3 tolu 30 tolugofulu 300 tolu (e) teau 3000 tolu (e) afe
4 fa* 40 fagofulu etc. etc. etc. etc.
5 lima 50 limagofulu
6 ono etc. etc.
7 fitu
8 valu
9 hiva

Niue Introduction

Niue is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. It is commonly known as the “Rock of Polynesia”, and natives of the island call it “the Rock” for short. Niue is 2,400 kilometers (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand in a triangle between Tonga to the southwest, the Samoas to the northwest, and the Cook Islands to the southeast. The land area is 260 square kilometers (100 sq mi) with about 1,400 people who are predominantly Polynesian.

Though self governing, Niue is in free association with New Zealand, and lacks full sovereignty. Queen Elizabeth II is Niue’s head of state. Most diplomatic relations are conducted by New Zealand on Niue’s behalf. In 2003, Niue became the world’s first “WiFi nation”, in which free wireless Internet access is provided throughout the country by The Internet Users Society-Niue