Türkmençe – iňlisçe


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naçar naçar [na:ça:r] 1n woman naçar maşgala women 2adj female naçar adam woman naçar bendeler female servants
nadan nadan [na:da:n] adj 1uneducated, ignorant nadan millet uneducated nation hat-sowatsyz nadan galmak to remain illiterate and uneducated 2coarse, uncultured, simple nadan adam an uncultured person nadan dost stupid friend
nadanlyk nadanlyk [na:da:nlyk] n 1ignorance Nadanlyk bize täze ylmy açyşlary özleşdirmäge päsgel berýär. Ignorance gets in the way of us making new scientific discoveries. 2stupidity, foolishness
nagara nagara n large drum nagara kakmak to play the nagara {music}
nagaraçy nagaraçy n drummer Öňki döwürde nagaraçylar uruş başlandygyny yglan edipdirler. In old times drummers announced about starting a war.
nagma nagma n song ýürek nagmasy a song from the heart
nagt nagt adj 1available, on hand 2immediate nagt jogap an immediate answer
nagt pul cash nagt pul bilen tölemek to pay in cash
nagyş nagyş n pattern, design owadan nagyş beautiful pattern milli nagyş national design
nagyşly nagyşly adj 1patterned, figured, decorated, ornamented nagyşly çäýnek decorated tea-pot 2embroidered nagyşly köýnek embroidered dress
nah nah cf: pagta, gowaça. adj cotton thread nah mata cotton cloth Öňki döwürde nah mata gymmat bolupdyr. In olden times cotton cloth was expensive.
nahal nahal n sapling, young tree, young plant alma nahaly young apple tree nahal oturtmak to plant young trees Atam mellege on düýp nar nahalyny ekdi. My grandfather planted ten pomegranate saplings in the plot of land.
nahar nahar n cooked food; meal; dish Her gün iki wagtyna gyzgyn nahar iýmeli. One should eat a hot meal twice a day.
naharhana naharhana [naharha:na] n 1café, small restaurant 2cafeteria, dining hall, refectory talyplaryň naharhanasy student refectory
naharlamak naharlamak v to feed syrkawy naharlamak to feed a disabled person Bu ýerde oňat naharlaýarlar. They feed you well here. {humans, pets & carnivores in a zoo}
naharlanmak naharlanmak v 1to be fed wagtly-wagtynda naharlanmak to be fed on time {animals} 2to have a meal, eat restoranda naharlanmak to have a meal in the restaurant
nakyl nakyl n proverb; saying Temany nakyllar boýunça düşündirmek täsirli bolýar. It is powerful to explain an idea using proverbs.
nala nala [na:la] n 1protest, complaint, lament 2groan, moan zaryn nala moan nala çekmek to moan, groan; complain
nalamak nalamak [na:lamak] v 1to moan or groan from pain or grief Ol durmuşyndan ah çekip, nalamaga başlady. Moaning about his life, he started to groan. 2to complain or protest Eger olar senden nalaýan bolsalar... If they are complaining because of you...
nalaç nalaç [na:la:ç] adj forced; reluctant, unwilling, disinclined; involuntary nalaç ýagdaý the fact of being compelled Ol eden günäsini nalaç boýun aldy. He was forced to admit his guilt.
nalyş nalyş [na:lyş] 1n wail, lament 2v to wail, to lament Hudaýdan perzent diläp nalyş çekdiler. They prayed and asked God for a child and lamented.
nama nama [na:ma] n letter; written agreement, contract nama ýollamak to send a letter
namart namart [na:ma:rt] 1n coward 2adj scoundrel, villain; rascal; cowardly namart adam villain Mert özünden görer, namart ýoldaşyndan (Nakyl). Brave man does not blame anybody, but scoundrel blames his comrade.
namart iş (comp.) v a cowardly act Meniň daýym namart iş edipdir. My uncle has done a cowardly act.
namartlyk etmek (comp.) - Namarda zar bolandan, gara derýa gark bol. It is better to drown in a dark river than to be dependent on a scoundrel! (sem. domains: 3.5.4.2 - Saying, proverb.)
namaz namaz [nama:z] n namaz, 5 times a day prayers Namaz musulmanlar üçin parz. Reading the namaz is obligatory for Muslims. [set Muslim prayers, recited five times a day, as the Quran commands]
namazlyk namazlyk [nama:zlyk] n prayer mat Molla şägirdine namazlyk sowgat berdi. Mollah gave prayer mat to his disciple as a present.
namys namys [na:mys] 1n honour, integrity Namys ynsanyň bezegidir. Honour is humankind's decoration. namysyňy ýaşlykdan goramaly Your honour should be built up from your youth. watanyň namysyny goramak to protect the honour of your country 2v shame, dishonour namys getirmek to bring disgrace; to dishonour Meniň oglum ogurlyk edip, maşgalamyza namys getirdi. My son brought shame on the family by stealing. namysa goýmak to disgrace, shame, dishonour someone Sen bizi namysa goýma. Do not disgrace us. namys etmek to shame someone, humiliate someone
namysyna degmek (comp.) 1to dishonour, disgrace, shame 2to rape Esgerler ol gyzyň namysyna degipdirler. The soldiers raped that girl.
namysyny depgilemek (comp.) to shame, humiliate Duşmanlar halkyň namysyny depgilediler. The enemies humiliated the people.