kerwenncaravan (of camels)Beýik Ýüpek ýolunda her dürli kerwenler gatnapdyr.There were different kinds of caravans on the great Silk Road.
kerwensaraýncaravanseraiTäjirler uzak ýola çykanlarynda çölde kerwensaraý gurupdyrlar.Merchants built caravanserais in the desert when they went on long journeys.An inn with a central courtyard having stables for horses and camels, and a place for guests to stay too.
kesnpersonher keseveryonehiç kesnobodyhiç kes bu barada bilmeznobody will know about it
kesbi-kärkesbi-kärcfkärkespnprofessionMeniň daýymyň kesbi-käri agaç ussasy bolupdyr.My uncle's profession was a carpenter.
kese1adjhorizontalkese çyzyka horizontal linekese çyzykdashgrammar2vto look at a different side, to be offendedOl menden öýkeläp, kese bakdy.She was offended by me and did not look at me.ýüzüňi kese sowmakcomp.to avert one's eyes, turn one's back on somebodyOl menden öýkeläp, ýüzüni kese sowup ýör.He averts his eyes from me, because I have hurt him.
kesekinnewcomer, foreignerody özüňe bas, ötmese kesekätry it yourself before you experiment on others keseki el ýylan tutmaga ýagşymake a cat's-paw out of somebodyKesekä girmek gadagan!comp.adjPrivate!
keseladjsickkesel bolmakto be ill, be sickkesel adamsick man
keselçiliknillness, diseaseGyş düşse, çagalarda keselçilik başlanýar.When winter comes, children get sick.
keselhanakeselha:nanhospitalkeselhana gitmekto go to hospitalkeselhanada ýatmakto be in hospitalkeselhanadan çykmakto be discharged from hospital
kesellemekvto be/become illMeniň dostum agyr kesel ýatyr.My friend is really ill.
kesernknifekeser bilen kesmekto cut with threadCurved, used in carpet-making for cutting knots.; with a special knife, after tying a knot while weaving a carpet
kesgitlemekvto define, to determine, establish, ascertainbahasyny kesgitlemekto ascertain the cost
kesgitlenmekvto be defined, be determinedLukmanlar bu hassanyň keselini anyk kesgitläp bilenoklar.The doctors cannot diagnose the patient with any certainty.
kesgitliadjdefinite, concrete, exact, clearGyz razy däldigini aýdyp, oglana kesgitli jogap berdi.The girl made clear to the boy that she disagreed.
kesilmekv1to be cut, for an incision to be made, be notchedeliň kesilsin!let your hand be chopped off!2be killed, slaughteredonuň gelmeginiň şanyna goýun kesildion the occasion of his coming the sheep was slaughtered3to be interrupted, be cutkesilen sözinterrupted speech4to stop, end, finish, terminatesuw kesildithe water stopped running5to be givenoňa üç ýyl kesildihe was sentenced to three years in prison6to be fixed (about the price)7to be reduced, be decreased (about the salary)işdäň kesilmekcomp.to lose one's appetiteIşdäň kesilmek dümewiň alamatydyr.To lose one's appetite is a sign of 'flu.
kesmek1n1a scabkesmek bilen örtülmekto be covered with a scab, for a scab to form2scum, remainsgazanyň kesmegithe remains left in a pot
kesmek2v1to cutçörek kesmekto cut the breadmatany kesmekcut the clothýedi ölçäp, bir keçmeasure seven times, but cut once2to killgoýun kesmekto slaughter a sheep3to interrupt, stopsözüni kesmekto interrupt one's speech4to stopsuwy kes!stop the water running!ol bize gelmesini kesdihe stopped coming to see uskes sesiňi!shut up!5to giveona bäş ýyl kesdilerhe was sentenced to five years in prison6to fix, establishbaha kesmekto fix the price7to reduce, cut, decrease, lessenaýlygyny kesmekto cut one's salary
kespcfkärkesbi-kärnprofessionMeniň atamyň kesbi agaç ussasy bolupdyr.My grandfather's profession was a carpenter.
keşdeçinembroider, someone who embroidersKeşdeçi gyzlar owadan milli lybaslary tikýärler.The girls who do embroidering make beautiful national clothes.
keşdeliadjembroideredTalyp gyzlar we zenan mugallymlar diňe keşdeli köýnek geýmeli.Student girls and women teachers must only wear embroidered dresses.
keşpnimage, appearance, likenessonuň ýüz keşbi owadanhis facial appearance is attractivekeşbiňi üýtgetmekto change one's appearancekeşbindein someone's likeness
ketekn1hen-house, hen-coop2homeketekli-ketegiňe dargamakto go home everyonecolloq
keteninsilk dressMilli baýramlarda gelin-gyzlara keteni owadan gelişýär.In national holidays, a silk dress is appropriate for young women.national costume worn by girls
kethudakethuda:nelder, bossToýuň kethudasy kim?Who is the elder/boss of the wedding party?