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jogapkärlijoga:pkärliadjimportant, serious, crucialjogapkärli wagtthe crucial moment
jogapsyzjoga:psyzadj1unansweredjogapsyz meselean unsolved problemmathematics2unauthorised
jokramaadjburning, scorching, blisteringjokrama yssyscorching heatTomsuna Aşgabatda jokrama yssy bolýar.In summer the heat in Ashgabat is scorching .
jomartjo:ma:rtadjgenerous, liberaljomart adamgenerous personBiziň ýegenimiz jomart adam, her gezek gezmäge gelende, bize köp sowgat getirýär.Our nephew is a generous person, every time he visits us he brings many gifts.
jomartlykjo:ma:rtlykngenerosity, lavishnessjomartlyk etmekto display generosity
jorajo:rangirlfriendOnuň jorasy meşhur aýdymçy.Her girlfriend is a well-known singer.used by a girl or woman of a female friend
jorapjora:pnsock, slipper-sock, stockingAýalym maňa ýüň jorap örüp berdi.My wife knitted woollen socks for me.
joşdurmakv1to make something overflow, cause something to overflow2to inspire, stimulate, to arouse, to stir upOnuň mylaýym sözleri meni täze üstünlikere joşdurýar.Her kind words inspired me to new successes.
joşgunjo:şgunn1flood, overflow2enthusiasm, fervour, animationuly joşgun bilen geplemekto speak with great fervour
joşgunlyjo:şgunlyadj1stormy, violent, raging, wild, rough (e.g. the sea)joşgunly deňizwild sea2animated, agitated, stormy, emotional, enthusiastic, ferventjoşgunly sözemotional speech
joşmakjo:şmakv1to overflowBaharda derýalar joşýar.In Spring the rivers overflow.2to be in full swingIş joşup başlady.The work is in full swing.3to inspirejoşup zähmet çekmekto work with inspiration4to give something to somebody, fork outbäş manat joşmakto give somebody five manats, fork out five manats
joýajo:ýanbed, row, furrow, groove (of a crop)joýa çekmekto furrowhyýary joýalap ekmekto plant cucumbers in furrows
jögijö:gi1adjfeigned, hypocritical, shammedjögi adampretender, sham, hypocrite2nliar, fake
jöhitjö:hit1nJewishBiz ähli pygamberliň jöhitlerden gelip çykandygyny eşitdik.We heard that all prophets were of Jewish origin.2nmiser, skinflintvulgar3adjgreedy
jöwennmaize, corn, Central Asian sorghumBiz towuklarymyz üçin jöwen satyn aldyk.We bought maize for our hens.
jöweneknhailjöwenek ýagýar.It is hailing.
jöwhern1precious stone, jewelMeniň enemiň jöwher ýüzügi bardy.My grandmother had a ring with a precious stone in it.Bu kitap akyldaryň jöwher paýhasyndan dörän kitap.This book contains the pearls of wisdom of the author.2Damascus steeljöwher gylyçsword/sabre of Damascus steel, Damascus blade
jöwzajöwza:nsultriness, heatOlar jöwzaly yssyda pagta ýygýarlar.They pick cotton in the burning heat.
judajuda:advvery, highly, too, very much, extremelyjuda köp okamakto read too muchOnuň juda owadan gözleri bar.He has very beautiful eyes.juda bolmasacomp.if not, as a last resort, if all else failsBiz howlugýas, pyýada gidip biljek däl, şonuň üçin juda bolmasa, motor bir tap.We are in a hurry, we cannot go by foot, therefore at least find a car.
juln1horse-cloth2clothing, dressjuluňy täzelemekto buy a new dressjuldan çykmakcomp.vto lose everythingMen ol gyzyň yzyna düşüp, juldan çykdym.After I followed after that girl, I lost everything.
jumajuma:n1Fridayjuma güni, annaFriday, on FridaySoňky döwür juma namazyna köp adam gatnaşýar.Lately many people go to Friday prayers.2a male person's nameBu gün men dostum Juma bilen teatra gitdim.Today I went to the theatre with my friend Juma.
juwanjuwa:nnyouth, young, young personjuwan ýigityoung manIki ýaş juwanyň durmuş toýy boldy.Two young people got married.
jübinpocketjübä salmakto put something in one's pocketJübimde it uwlaýar.I'm broke.Jübimde it uwlaýar.comp.I am broke, I am out of cash.
jübütcfjüp1adjevenjübüt saneven numberBirine süýji berseň, jübüt bermeli.If you give sweets to someone you should give an even number.Turkmen buy an even no. of sweet things, an odd no. of savoury - strong or spicy thingsmathematics2npair, coupleBu jübütler goşa gumry ýaly.These two are like two doves.
jülgenravine, gorge, canyon, valleyDag jülgeleri baharda örän owadan bolýar.The mountain valleys are very beautiful in spring.with water flowing at the bottom, therefore usually green either side


Seret Türkmençe-iňlisçe sözlügi

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jogapkärlijoga:pkärliadjimportant, serious, crucialjogapkärli wagtthe crucial moment
jogapsyzjoga:psyzadj1unansweredjogapsyz meselean unsolved problemmathematics2unauthorised
jokramaadjburning, scorching, blisteringjokrama yssyscorching heatTomsuna Aşgabatda jokrama yssy bolýar.In summer the heat in Ashgabat is scorching .
jomartjo:ma:rtadjgenerous, liberaljomart adamgenerous personBiziň ýegenimiz jomart adam, her gezek gezmäge gelende, bize köp sowgat getirýär.Our nephew is a generous person, every time he visits us he brings many gifts.
jomartlykjo:ma:rtlykngenerosity, lavishnessjomartlyk etmekto display generosity
jorajo:rangirlfriendOnuň jorasy meşhur aýdymçy.Her girlfriend is a well-known singer.used by a girl or woman of a female friend
jorapjora:pnsock, slipper-sock, stockingAýalym maňa ýüň jorap örüp berdi.My wife knitted woollen socks for me.
joşdurmakv1to make something overflow, cause something to overflow2to inspire, stimulate, to arouse, to stir upOnuň mylaýym sözleri meni täze üstünlikere joşdurýar.Her kind words inspired me to new successes.
joşgunjo:şgunn1flood, overflow2enthusiasm, fervour, animationuly joşgun bilen geplemekto speak with great fervour
joşgunlyjo:şgunlyadj1stormy, violent, raging, wild, rough (e.g. the sea)joşgunly deňizwild sea2animated, agitated, stormy, emotional, enthusiastic, ferventjoşgunly sözemotional speech
joşmakjo:şmakv1to overflowBaharda derýalar joşýar.In Spring the rivers overflow.2to be in full swingIş joşup başlady.The work is in full swing.3to inspirejoşup zähmet çekmekto work with inspiration4to give something to somebody, fork outbäş manat joşmakto give somebody five manats, fork out five manats
joýajo:ýanbed, row, furrow, groove (of a crop)joýa çekmekto furrowhyýary joýalap ekmekto plant cucumbers in furrows
jögijö:gi1adjfeigned, hypocritical, shammedjögi adampretender, sham, hypocrite2nliar, fake
jöhitjö:hit1nJewishBiz ähli pygamberliň jöhitlerden gelip çykandygyny eşitdik.We heard that all prophets were of Jewish origin.2nmiser, skinflintvulgar3adjgreedy
jöwennmaize, corn, Central Asian sorghumBiz towuklarymyz üçin jöwen satyn aldyk.We bought maize for our hens.
jöweneknhailjöwenek ýagýar.It is hailing.
jöwhern1precious stone, jewelMeniň enemiň jöwher ýüzügi bardy.My grandmother had a ring with a precious stone in it.Bu kitap akyldaryň jöwher paýhasyndan dörän kitap.This book contains the pearls of wisdom of the author.2Damascus steeljöwher gylyçsword/sabre of Damascus steel, Damascus blade
jöwzajöwza:nsultriness, heatOlar jöwzaly yssyda pagta ýygýarlar.They pick cotton in the burning heat.
judajuda:advvery, highly, too, very much, extremelyjuda köp okamakto read too muchOnuň juda owadan gözleri bar.He has very beautiful eyes.juda bolmasacomp.if not, as a last resort, if all else failsBiz howlugýas, pyýada gidip biljek däl, şonuň üçin juda bolmasa, motor bir tap.We are in a hurry, we cannot go by foot, therefore at least find a car.
juln1horse-cloth2clothing, dressjuluňy täzelemekto buy a new dressjuldan çykmakcomp.vto lose everythingMen ol gyzyň yzyna düşüp, juldan çykdym.After I followed after that girl, I lost everything.
jumajuma:n1Fridayjuma güni, annaFriday, on FridaySoňky döwür juma namazyna köp adam gatnaşýar.Lately many people go to Friday prayers.2a male person's nameBu gün men dostum Juma bilen teatra gitdim.Today I went to the theatre with my friend Juma.
juwanjuwa:nnyouth, young, young personjuwan ýigityoung manIki ýaş juwanyň durmuş toýy boldy.Two young people got married.
jübinpocketjübä salmakto put something in one's pocketJübimde it uwlaýar.I'm broke.Jübimde it uwlaýar.comp.I am broke, I am out of cash.
jübütcfjüp1adjevenjübüt saneven numberBirine süýji berseň, jübüt bermeli.If you give sweets to someone you should give an even number.Turkmen buy an even no. of sweet things, an odd no. of savoury - strong or spicy thingsmathematics2npair, coupleBu jübütler goşa gumry ýaly.These two are like two doves.
jülgenravine, gorge, canyon, valleyDag jülgeleri baharda örän owadan bolýar.The mountain valleys are very beautiful in spring.with water flowing at the bottom, therefore usually green either side