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ýa2interjoh!Ýa Rebbim, maňa kömek et!Oh my Lord, help me!
ýabakýa:baknpitchforkBabam maňa oba baranymda iki sany ýabak satyn aldy.My grandfather bought me two pitchforks when I visited to the village.
ýabanyýa:banyadjwildýabany haýwanlarwild animalsýabany pişikwild catýabany ösümlikwild plantÝabany kirpi gorananda, tikenleri bilen atýar.When wild hedgehog defends himself, it attacks with its thorns.Ýabany çolde örän gorkuly, otaýda her hili zäherli ýylanlar kän.Wild desert is very dangerous, there are many different poison snakes.animate
ýabynhorseTraktordan öň ýabylar daýhanlar üçin esasy işçi güýji bolupdyr.Before tractors horses were the main work power for farmers.
ýadatmakýa:datmakcfýadamakvto wear outgözleriňi ýadatmakto wear out one's eyesOl meni öz soraglary bilen ýadatdy.He wore me out with his questions.person or object
ýadawýa:daw1adjtired, wearyýadaw keşptired appearancePagta ýygyp, ýadan gyz çaý başyna oturdy.A tired girl after picked a cotton sat to have a tea.Ýükli ýadaw eşek haýal ýöräp barýar.A tired donkey with load is walking slowly.Utan sportsmen ýadaw bolsa-da, örän şatdy.Won sportsman was happy instead of he is tired.2advýadaw görünmekto look tired, look worn out
ýadawsyzýa:dawsyzadjtireless, indefatigable, without wearyingýadawsyz zähmet çekmekto work tirelessly/indefatigably
ýadygärlikýa:dygärlikn1as a keepsake, in order to rememberýadygärlik kitap bermekto give somebody a book as a keepsake2monument, memorialgadymy ýadygärliklerancient monumentskimdir birine ýadygärlik dikmekto erect a monument to somebody3antique, antiquityarheologik ýadygärliklerarchaeological finds
ýagdyrmakcfýagmakv1to irrigate, use the sprinkleremeli ýagyş ýagdyrmakto artificially irrigate2to throw, bombard, showerdaş ýagdyrmakto throw stonessorag ýagdyrmakto bombard with questionspul ýagdyrmakto squander money
ýaglyýa:glyadjfatty, oily, greasyýagly palawgreasy pilauýagly saçgreasy hair
ýaglyknscarf, headscarfýüň ýaglykshawlkelläňe ýaglyk daňmakto tie a headscarf on, to put a headscarf ongaragaş elýaglykcomp.silk handkerchief
ýagmyrnrainHowa gurak bolanda, ýagmyr ýadyr Soltanym diýip dileg edýäris.When the weather was dry we prayed and said let be rained my Lord.dial
ýagnyconjunctionthat is (to say), to be exactMen ol ýerde anna güni , ýagny on bäşinji martda bolaryn.I'll be there on Friday, that is to say on the 15th of March.
ýagsyzýa:gsyzadjleanýagsyz etlean meat
ýagşyadjgood, wellGiç ýagşy!Good evening!Gelen ýagşy!Good evening!Ýolagçy ýolda ýagşy.The traveller has to be on his way.Reply to the above greeting.bir-biriňi ýagşy görmekcomp.interjto love each other; all right (then), okayýagşy, men oýlanyp görerin.All right, I'll think about it.ýagşy görmekcomp.to preferOl öz gelenini ýagşy gördi.He preferred to come himself.
ýagşylaşmakvto improve, to become better (gradually), to take a turn for the betterOnuň ýagdaýy ýagşylaşdy.His health has improved.
ýagşylykngood, goodness, good deedýagşylyk etmekto be good to somebodyOl oňa köp ýagşylyk etdi.He was very good to her.Mundan ýagşylyk çykmaz.No good will come of it.Men saňa ýagşylyk isleýärin.I wish you well.
ýagtygözinýagtygözi:nadjbefore nightfall, before darkýagtygözin işleriňi gutarmakto finish one's work before dark
ýagtylmakvto brighten, become brighter, lightenHowa ýagtylyp başlady.The day is breaking.
ýagynenemy, opponentýagy çozmakfor an enemy to attack
ýagyrnynback, shoulderDüýnki sowukdan bäri ýagyrnym agyrýar.I have pain in my back after yesterday' cold weather.
ýagyşnrainÝagyş ýagýar.It is raining.Ýagyş çisňeýär.It is drizzling.
ýakdyrmakvto get someone to light, get someone to turn onMen montýor çagyryp, çyralarymyzy ýakdyrdym.I called the electrician and got him to turn on the electricity.I called the electrician, and got him to light our lamps.
ýakmak1v1to burn uphapany ýakmakto burn rubbish2to burn downSen meniň aýdanymy etmän, içimi-bagrymyň ýakdyň.You hurt me inside by not doing what I said.3to light, set light (to)ot ýakmakto light a fire, kindle a fireGabyrystanda ot ýakmak hem batyldyr.Lighting a flame is also not allowed in a graveyard.4to sting, burnBu arak bogazyňy ýakýar.This vodka burns your throat.5to switch on, turn onMen aýdym eşitmek üçin radiony ýakdym.I switched on the radio to listen to some music.içini ýakmakcomp.to deliberately hurtJeren gymmatbaha şaýlar dakynyp, jorasynyň içini ýakýar.Jeren deliberately hurt her friend by wearing expensive jewellery.janyňy ýakmakcomp.v1to waste emotional energy (on), make someone angryMeniň gyzym aýdanymy etmän janymy ýakýar.My daughter makes me angry by not doing what I told her to do.2to concern oneself with, worry aboutmallary suwa ýakmakcomp.to water the animalsMallary suwa ýakdym diýip, sen meni aldapsyň.You deceived me by saying you watered the animals.fig
ýakmak3vto likegöwnüňe ýakmakto likeBu owadan gyz meniň göwnüme ýakdy.I liked this beautiful girl.


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ýa2interjoh!Ýa Rebbim, maňa kömek et!Oh my Lord, help me!
ýabakýa:baknpitchforkBabam maňa oba baranymda iki sany ýabak satyn aldy.My grandfather bought me two pitchforks when I visited to the village.
ýabanyýa:banyadjwildýabany haýwanlarwild animalsýabany pişikwild catýabany ösümlikwild plantÝabany kirpi gorananda, tikenleri bilen atýar.When wild hedgehog defends himself, it attacks with its thorns.Ýabany çolde örän gorkuly, otaýda her hili zäherli ýylanlar kän.Wild desert is very dangerous, there are many different poison snakes.animate
ýabynhorseTraktordan öň ýabylar daýhanlar üçin esasy işçi güýji bolupdyr.Before tractors horses were the main work power for farmers.
ýadatmakýa:datmakcfýadamakvto wear outgözleriňi ýadatmakto wear out one's eyesOl meni öz soraglary bilen ýadatdy.He wore me out with his questions.person or object
ýadawýa:daw1adjtired, wearyýadaw keşptired appearancePagta ýygyp, ýadan gyz çaý başyna oturdy.A tired girl after picked a cotton sat to have a tea.Ýükli ýadaw eşek haýal ýöräp barýar.A tired donkey with load is walking slowly.Utan sportsmen ýadaw bolsa-da, örän şatdy.Won sportsman was happy instead of he is tired.2advýadaw görünmekto look tired, look worn out
ýadawsyzýa:dawsyzadjtireless, indefatigable, without wearyingýadawsyz zähmet çekmekto work tirelessly/indefatigably
ýadygärlikýa:dygärlikn1as a keepsake, in order to rememberýadygärlik kitap bermekto give somebody a book as a keepsake2monument, memorialgadymy ýadygärliklerancient monumentskimdir birine ýadygärlik dikmekto erect a monument to somebody3antique, antiquityarheologik ýadygärliklerarchaeological finds
ýagdyrmakcfýagmakv1to irrigate, use the sprinkleremeli ýagyş ýagdyrmakto artificially irrigate2to throw, bombard, showerdaş ýagdyrmakto throw stonessorag ýagdyrmakto bombard with questionspul ýagdyrmakto squander money
ýaglyýa:glyadjfatty, oily, greasyýagly palawgreasy pilauýagly saçgreasy hair
ýaglyknscarf, headscarfýüň ýaglykshawlkelläňe ýaglyk daňmakto tie a headscarf on, to put a headscarf ongaragaş elýaglykcomp.silk handkerchief
ýagmyrnrainHowa gurak bolanda, ýagmyr ýadyr Soltanym diýip dileg edýäris.When the weather was dry we prayed and said let be rained my Lord.dial
ýagnyconjunctionthat is (to say), to be exactMen ol ýerde anna güni , ýagny on bäşinji martda bolaryn.I'll be there on Friday, that is to say on the 15th of March.
ýagsyzýa:gsyzadjleanýagsyz etlean meat
ýagşyadjgood, wellGiç ýagşy!Good evening!Gelen ýagşy!Good evening!Ýolagçy ýolda ýagşy.The traveller has to be on his way.Reply to the above greeting.bir-biriňi ýagşy görmekcomp.interjto love each other; all right (then), okayýagşy, men oýlanyp görerin.All right, I'll think about it.ýagşy görmekcomp.to preferOl öz gelenini ýagşy gördi.He preferred to come himself.
ýagşylaşmakvto improve, to become better (gradually), to take a turn for the betterOnuň ýagdaýy ýagşylaşdy.His health has improved.
ýagşylykngood, goodness, good deedýagşylyk etmekto be good to somebodyOl oňa köp ýagşylyk etdi.He was very good to her.Mundan ýagşylyk çykmaz.No good will come of it.Men saňa ýagşylyk isleýärin.I wish you well.
ýagtygözinýagtygözi:nadjbefore nightfall, before darkýagtygözin işleriňi gutarmakto finish one's work before dark
ýagtylmakvto brighten, become brighter, lightenHowa ýagtylyp başlady.The day is breaking.
ýagynenemy, opponentýagy çozmakfor an enemy to attack
ýagyrnynback, shoulderDüýnki sowukdan bäri ýagyrnym agyrýar.I have pain in my back after yesterday' cold weather.
ýagyşnrainÝagyş ýagýar.It is raining.Ýagyş çisňeýär.It is drizzling.
ýakdyrmakvto get someone to light, get someone to turn onMen montýor çagyryp, çyralarymyzy ýakdyrdym.I called the electrician and got him to turn on the electricity.I called the electrician, and got him to light our lamps.
ýakmak1v1to burn uphapany ýakmakto burn rubbish2to burn downSen meniň aýdanymy etmän, içimi-bagrymyň ýakdyň.You hurt me inside by not doing what I said.3to light, set light (to)ot ýakmakto light a fire, kindle a fireGabyrystanda ot ýakmak hem batyldyr.Lighting a flame is also not allowed in a graveyard.4to sting, burnBu arak bogazyňy ýakýar.This vodka burns your throat.5to switch on, turn onMen aýdym eşitmek üçin radiony ýakdym.I switched on the radio to listen to some music.içini ýakmakcomp.to deliberately hurtJeren gymmatbaha şaýlar dakynyp, jorasynyň içini ýakýar.Jeren deliberately hurt her friend by wearing expensive jewellery.janyňy ýakmakcomp.v1to waste emotional energy (on), make someone angryMeniň gyzym aýdanymy etmän janymy ýakýar.My daughter makes me angry by not doing what I told her to do.2to concern oneself with, worry aboutmallary suwa ýakmakcomp.to water the animalsMallary suwa ýakdym diýip, sen meni aldapsyň.You deceived me by saying you watered the animals.fig
ýakmak3vto likegöwnüňe ýakmakto likeBu owadan gyz meniň göwnüme ýakdy.I liked this beautiful girl.