Wallisian Translation Service

CCJK Technologies offers professional and timely Wallisian translation services for English to Wallisian and Wallisian to English language pairs. Our Wallisian translation team consists of many native and experienced translators. Each translator specializes in a different field such as legal, financial, medical, and more. Whether your Wallisian translation need is large or small, CCJK Technologies is always there to assist you with your translation needs.

English to Wallisian translation

To ensure that your translated Wallisian documents are as accurate as possible, we follow very stringent process:

Only trained and experienced Wallisian translators will work on your documents. You will have an experienced Resource Manager dedicated to your work first who will choose and contact professional Wallisian translator from our talent pool and make sure you get the right Wallisian translator. And then our professional Project Manager will serve you and follow up your Wallisian translation from begin to end. Our professional Wallisian linguists will translate, edit and proofread your document, after stringent TEP process, our Project Manager will deliver you Wallisian documents.

Additional Wallisian Language Services

We also offer services for Wallisian voice-overs and transcriptions. No matter what your Wallisian translation needs are, CCJK Technologies can provide for them.

Wallisian Language Introduction

Wallisian is the Polynesian language spoken on Wallis Island (also known as ‘Uvea). It is also known as East Uvean to differentiate it from the related West Uvean, which is spoken on the island of Ouvéa. Wallisian is spoken by 9,700 people in Uvea Island, Wallis and Futuna, and also spoken in New Caledonia, Vanuatu and Fiji.

Wallisian Vocabulary


Some Information about Wallis Island

Wallis Island is located in the Pacific Ocean and belongs to the French overseas collectivity of Wallis and Futuna. It has an area of 77,5 km² and a circumference of about 50 km. Its highest point is Mount Loka with 131 m. There are also a handful of large lakes, The volcanic origin of the island is clearly shown with some of the islands’s large lakes, with some of them are almost perfect circles and with straight vertical walls, like Lano Lalolalo.

Uvea is located 240 km northeast of Futuna and Alofi islands. Together with some 15 smaller islands surrounding it, on its huge barrier reef, it forms the Wallis archipelago. Wallis has a fertile volcanic soil and sufficient rainfall to allow subsistence farming.

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