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Facts About Estonian Language:

It is the official language of Estonia.

It is spoken by nearly 1.1 million people all around the world.

It belongs to the Finno-Ugric language family.

Before being invaded by the Soviet Union it was national language of Estonia from 1919 to 1945.

After the collapse of Soviet Union again it was adopted as the nation language of Estonia in 1989.

The oldest written evidence of this language is of 13th century.

It is influenced by Swedish and German language.

The first Estonia book was published in 1525.

Estonian language has two dialects.

One third of the Estonian’s vocabulary is consisting of Germanic languages.

Estonian belongs to Finnic branch of the Uralic language family, spoken by nearly 922,000 people in Estonia and 160,000 speakers all around the world. The language is closely connected with Swedish and German Language. It is not considered as easy language for English speakers. This language is known as one of the most beautiful language of this world.

Estonian Alphabet

Estonian Is Official Language Of:


European Union

Dialects of Estonia Language:

Northern Dialect

Southern dialects

Information About The Estonian Native Country:

 Country: Estonia
 Capital: Tallinn
 Population: 1,315,944
 President: Toomas Hendrik Ilves
 Prime Minister: Taavi Roivas
 Government Type: Parliamentary republic
 Currency: Euro (EUR)
 GDP: $23.847 billion
 Unemployment Rate: 6.1 percent
 Major Industries: Engineering, electronics, wood, Textiles, IT and Telecommunications.

Interesting Facts About Estonia:

Estonia is the first country in the world which used online political voting.

This country has two Independence Day.

Skype, Hotmail and KaZaA were the gifts of this country.

All the schools of Estonia are connected to the internet.

In terms of literacy rate Estonia stands in third position with 99.8 percent literacy rate in the world.

Estonia was the first country in Europe which imposed flat tax system.

Almost 50 percent of this country is covered with forests.

This country has one of the oldest universities of Europe, the University of Tartu, which was founded in 1632.

It is the least religious country in the world. Only 14 percent of total populations are religious.

Estonia has the highest survival rate for mothers giving birth.

History Of Estonian Language:

Estonian is official language of Estonia and European Union, spoken by nearly 1.1 million people globally out of which around 950,000 speakers live in Estonia itself. It belongs to Finno-Ugric language family which is closely connected to Finnish. There are two dialects of Estonian languages, the North and South Estonian languages. The oldest written record of this language states it was first written during 13th century. In the beginning till 1945 it was official language of Estonia but after it was invaded by the Soviet Union the language was removed from the official status but later on after the fall of Union, again this language came into practice and got back its official status.

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Estonian language is spoken by nearly 1.1 million people all around the world and is majorly spoken in Estonia which has third highest literacy rate in the world. In terms of technology Estonia is much more ahead from various developed countries. It was the first country to use online voting, all the school of Estonia are connected to internet, Skype and hotmail was invented there. So in terms of technology it is very much developed. If you are seeking Estonian translation then you can easily contact us.

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