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jabjynmak jabjynmak v to snarl (at), bark, yelp Güjük jabjyndy. The puppy snarled. jabjynyp jogap bermek to answer with a snarl
jady jady [ja:dy] n chanting, witchcraft, sorcery jadylamak to conjure, practise witchcraft/sorcery, bewitch, enchant Ol bir bakyşda meni jadylady. She bewitched me with one look.
jadygöy jadygöy [ja:dygö:y] 1adj bewitching, spellbinding jadygöy nazar a bewitching look Meniň jigim jadygöýli kinodan gorkýar. My little brother is frightened of films about witchcraft. 2sorcerer, wizard
jahan jahan n world, universe jahan urşy world war jahana inmek to be born, enter the world jahan ýagtylýar dawn
jümle-jahan (comp.) n world, the universe Bu täze aýdym tutuş jümle-jahana ýaň saldy. This new song was sounded throughout the whole world.
jahankeşde jahankeşde cf: turist. 1n traveller, tourist Magtymguly jahankeşde adam bolupdyr. Magtymguly was a traveller. 2
jahankeşdelik jahankeşdelik cf: turizm. n 1tourism 2travelling, touring jahankeşdelik etmek to travel
jahyl jahyl [ja:hy:l] 1n young man, youth, without knowledge or experience jahyl çykmak to reach manhood, or, to become a young man Meniň oglum jahyl çykyp, öýlendiribermeli. My son reached manhood and is of a marriageable age. 2wild, prone to vices (of young men)
jahyllyk jahyllyk [ja:hy:llyk] n 1youth, time when one is young jahyllyk ýyllarynda in one's youth Onuň jahyllyk ýyllary örän agyr geçdi. He had many difficulties in his youth. 2wildness, being prone to vices (of young men)
jalbar jalbar n 1trousers Daýym maňa jalbar satyn aldy. My uncle bought me some trousers. {Brit} 2pants, slacks {Amer}
jam jam [ja:m] n cup, goblet, bowl bir jam süýt a bowl of milk
jan jan [ja:n] 1n soul, spirit, heart 2n person, soul, human being, head jan başyna per head, per capita 3adj dear, beloved janym meniň! My dear! jan dost! Dear friend! {for a cause} 4soul, life janyňy gurban etmek to sacrifice oneself, lay down one's life jan bermek to die, give up one's life
jan etmek (comp.) v to do one's best, do one's utmost Bu gyz bäsleşikde ýeňmek üçin jan edýär. This girl does her utmost to win the competition.
jana-jan (comp.) [ja:na-ja:n] cf: janköýer. 1adj faithful, loyal, reliable, devoted, staunch, trustworthy jana-jan dost faithful/loyal friend 2own Ol meniň jan ýaly doganym. He is my own brother. 3vital, crucial
janyňy ýakmak (comp.) v 1to waste emotional energy (on), make someone angry Meniň gyzym aýdanymy etmän janymy ýakýar. My daughter makes me angry by not doing what I told her to do. 2to concern oneself with, worry about
jan-ten jan-ten [ja:n-ten] n heart and soul, body and soul jan-teni bilen with all one's heart Biz her bir işe jan-tenden ýapyşýarys. We put our heart and soul into all our work.
janawar janawar 1adj poor thing (of animal), poor soul At janawar suwsap gidipdir. The poor horse was so thirsty. 2n animal, beast
jandar jandar [ja:nda:r] n living being, creature, animal janly-jandarlar living beings Öýde jandar ýokdy. There was not a living soul in the house.
janhowul janhowul [ja:nhowul] n agony, suffering, death pangs Ol janhowluna näme edýänini bilenokdy. In his agony he does not know what is he doing.
janköýer janköýer [ja:nköýer] cf: jana-jan. 1adj faithful, devoted, loyal, trustworthy 2n fan futbol janköýeri football fan Geçen saparky duşuşykda futbol janköýerleri uruşdylar. In the previous football match there was fighting between the fans.
janlanmak janlanmak [ja:nlanmak] v to become animated, come alive, rejuvenate oneself, revive oneself Tebigat janlandy. Nature has come alive.
janly janly [ja:nly] 1adj active, alive, living, animate janly ýöremek to walk quickly 2n grazing animals, sheep, sheep and goats janly soýmak to kill a lamb, a sheep or a goat
janly-jandar (comp.) living being, creature Ýaz paslynda janly-jandarlar köpelýärler. In spring living beings multiply.
janpena janpena [ja:npena] n bodyguard Onuň kakasy Prezidentiň janpenasy bolup işleýär. Her father works as a bodyguard to the President.
jansyz jansyz [ja:nsyz] 1adj dead, lifeless, inanimate, inorganic jansyz tebigat inanimate jansyz göwre dead body, corpse 2adj lethargically, slowly, limply, inertly jansyz işlemek to work lethargically 3n a spy Biziň ýurdumyzda jansyzlar köp diýýärler. They say there are many spies in our country.
jaň jaň n 1bell gapynyň jaňy doorbell jaň kakyldy The bell rang. 2call, ring jaň etmek to telephone, ring, call telefonyň jaňy ringing of a telephone to talk like a ringing chin
eňegine jaň kakylan ýaly geplemek (comp.) to talk without ceasing
jaňlaşmak jaňlaşmak v to ring up, talk on the phone Jaňlaşarys! We'll speak on the phone!
jar2 jar 2 n 1gully, ravine jardan geçmek to cross a ravine Çölde uly jar emele gelipdir. A large ravine appeared in the desert. 2
jar1 1 n news, report, message, announcement jar çekmek/etmek to announce, cry out
jarçy jarçy n messenger, town crier, herald Jarçy Atabaýyň toýuny dumly-duşa jar etdi. The herald announced Atabay's wedding everywhere.