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1 Turkmen-English English-Turkmen Dictionary Türkmençe-Iňlisçe Iňlisçe-Türkmençe Sözlük Written, edited, and published by Peace Corps turkmenistan

2 ABŞ-NYŇ TÜRKMENISTANDAKY PARAHATÇYLYK KORPUSYNYŇ TÜRKMENÇE-IŇLISÇE/IŇLISÇE-TÜRKMENÇE SÖZLÜGINDE SIZI HOŞ GÖRDÜK! Şu sözlük iňlis dilinde gepleýänler üçin, hem-de türkmen dilinde gepleýänler üçin ulanar ýaly edip düzüldi. Şu sözlügi has netijeli ulanmagy öwrenmek üçin aşakdaky gözükdiriji bellikleri okamagy haýyş edýäris. Şu Sözlügi Ulanmak Üçin Gözükdiriji Bellikler Belgiler: Ref: Bu sözlük makalasynyň belgisidir -- türkmen sözüniň manysynyň ýa-da ulanylyşynyň iňlisçe düşündirilişidir. Lit: Bu asyl manysy diýmegi aňladýar. Sözlük makalasynyň bölegi hökmünde ulanylanda, türkmen dilindäki sözüň terjimesini sözme-söz düşündirýär. Iňlis dilindäki sözüň soňundan ýaýyň içinde goýulsa, ulanylýan iňlis dilindäki sözüň diňe asyl manysyny görkezýär. Lit. and Fig. Bu sözüň asyl manysynda ýa-da göçme manysynda ulanylyp bolýandygyny görkezýär. (r) Bu rus dilinde ulanylýan sözi görkezýär. Meselem : ruçka(r) n. pen. Ex: Bu mysal getirilende ulanylýar. Meselem: saklamak v. hold [held, held]. Meselem: Ol elinde kiçi guş saklady. He held the small bird in his hand. Mysal getirilen sözlemler sözlügiň diňe türkmençe-iňlisçe böleginde getirilýär. Eger siz sözi sözlügiň iňlisçe-türkmençe tarapynda gözleýän bolsaňyz hem-de ony nähili ulanmagy bilmeýän bolsaňyz, onda mysal getririlen sözi sözlügiň türkmençe-iňlisçe tarapynda gözlemäge çalyşyň. Söz toparlary: Her baş sözüň yzyndan kursiw hatda söz topary berilýär. v. işlik n. at adj. sypat adv. hal conj. baglaýjy kömekçi pron. çalyşma num. san intj. ümlük id. idioma abbr. gysgatma qmrk. sorag Söz birikmeleri: Bu sözlügiň içinde gysga söz birikmeleri, şeýle-de ýeke sözler bar. Kä halatlarda söz birikmeleri baş sözler bilen bile berilmeýär. Meselem: expression (fixed...) n. añlatma (durnukly...). Iňlis dilinde fixed expression söz birikmesidir, türkmen dilinde bolsa durnukly añlatma söz birikmesidir. Eger sözüň yzyndan içinde ellipsisi bolan ýaý (.) gelýän bolsa, onda ol şonuň ýaly söz birikmesini görkezýär. Kahalatlarda ýeke söz beýleki dilde söz birikmesi ýaly terjime edilýär. Me- Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 2

3 selem: joy (to bring someone ) v. begendirmek Begendirmek diýen sözüň manysy to bring someone joy. Türkmençe-Iňlisçe Sözlük Makalalary 1. Eger türkmen sözüniň birden köp manysy bar bolsa, ol söz köp gezek getirilýär. Meselem: aýna n. glass (the material). n. mirror. n. window Aýna sözüniň üç manysy bardyr: glass (the material), mirror, and window. Şonuň üçin ol üç gezek sözlükde getirilýär. 2. Eger türkmen dilinde sözüň ýeke manysy üçin iňlis dilinde köp sanly manydaş sözi bar bolsa, olar sözlükde şu aşakdaky ýaly getirilýär: aldamak v. lie, deceive Iňlis dilindäki lie we deceive sözleri manydaş sözlerdir olaryň ikisi-de aldamak diýen manyny aňladýar 3. Eger türkmen dilinde sözüň dürli manyly dürli hili aýdylyşy bar bolsa, olaryň aýdylyşy dörtburç ýaýyň içinde berilýär. Meselem: pil [pil] pil [pi:l] n. elephant. n. shovel, spade Iňlisçe-türkmençe sözlük makalalary 1. Iňlis dilinde köp sözleriň köp manysy bardyr. Iňlis dilinde köp manysy bar bolan sözler üçin şol sözüň yzyndan ýaýyň içinde bile gelýän türkmen dilinde berlen sözüň aňladýan manysyny düşündirýän gysgajyk bellik iňlis dilinde ýerleşdirilýär. Meselem: capital (i.e. of a country) n. paýtagt. capital (i.e. savings) n. maýa. Iňlis dilinde capital sözüniň iki manysy bar: paýtagt we maýa. Ýaýyň içindäki bellikler iňlis dilinde gepleýänlere haýsy türkmen sözüniň haýsy manysyna gabat gelýändigini düşündirýär. 2. Eger iňlis dilinde ýeke söz üçin köp türkmen dilinde manydaş sözi bar bolsa, olar iňlis dilindäki sözüň yzyndan getirilýär. Meselem: again adv. täzeden; adv. ýene; adv. ýene de 3. Eger iňlis dilinde işlik nädogry işlik bolsa, onuň ikinji we üçünji görnüşleri dört burç ýaýyň içinde berilýär. Meselem: begin [began, begun] v. başlamak MINNETDARLYK Peace Corps would like to acknowledge and thank all of the many Volunteers and Staff who over the years have contributed to the development of this dictionary. Your collective efforts have resulted in a truly outstanding reference dictionary of the Turkmen/English languages. Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 3

4 WELCOME TO THE U.S. PEACE CORPS ENGLISH TURKMEN/TURKMEN ENGLISH LEARNERS DICTIONARY! This dictionary is designed to be used by both native English speakers as well as native Turkmen speakers. Please read the following instructions to learn how to use this dictionary most effectively. Instructions for Using this Dictionary Markings: Ref: This is a reference marker - an English explanation of the meaning or use of a Turkmen word. Lit: This means literal. When used as part of a reference tag, it explains the word-for-word translation from the Turkmen. When put in parenthesis after an English word, it indicates that only the literal meaning of the English word applies. Lit. and Fig. This indicates that a word can be used literally or figuratively. (r) This indicates a Russian word. For example: ruçka(r) n. pen Ex: This is means example. Examples are given in both Turkmen and English to show how a word may be used. For example: saklamak v. hold [held, held]. Ex: Ol elinde kiçi guş saklady. He held the small bird in his hand. Example sentences are only listed in the Turkmen-English half of the dictionary. If you look up a word on the English-Turkmen side and do not know how to use it, try looking for an example on the Turkmen-English side. Parts of Speech: After each keyword, the part of speech is given in italic font. v. verb n. noun adj. adjective adv. adverb conj. conjunction pron. pronoun num. number intj. interjection id. idiom abbr. abbreviation qmrk. question word Phrases: This dictionary contains short phrases, as well as single words. Sometimes phrases are not listed by their first word. For example: expression (fixed...) n. añlatma (durnukly...). The English phrase is fixed expression and the Turkmen phrase is durnukly añlatma. If a word is followed by parenthesis that contain an ellipsis ( ) then it indicates such a phrase. Sometimes, a single word in one language will be translated as a phrase in the other language. For example: joy (to bring someone ) v. begendirmek. The meaning of begindirmek is to bring someone joy. Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 4

5 Turkmen English Entries 1. If a Turkmen word has more than one meaning, it will be listed more than once. For example: aýna n. glass (the material). aýna n. mirror. aýna n. window The word aýna has three meanings: glass (the material), mirror, and window. Therefore, it is listed three times. 2. If there are multiple English synonyms for a single meaning of a Turkmen word, they will be listed like this: aldamak v. lie, deceive The English words lie and deceive are synonyms both mean aldamak. 3. If a Turkmen word has different pronunciations with different meanings, the pronunciations are given in brackets. For example: pil [pil] n. elephant. pil [pi:l] n. shovel, spade English-Turkmen Entries 1. Many English words have more than one meaning. For English words with more than one meaning, a short note in English is placed in parenthesis after the word, explaining which meaning is represented by the accompanying Turkmen word. For example: capital (i.e. of a country) n. paýtagt. capital (i.e. savings) n. maýa. The English word capital has two meanings: paýtagt and maýa. The notes in parenthesis explain to English speakers which Turkmen word applies to which meaning. 2. If there are multiple Turkmen synonyms for a single English word, they will be listed after the English word. For example: again adv. täzeden; adv. ýene; adv. ýene de. 4. If an English verb is irregular, its second and third forms are given in brackets. For example: begin [began, begun] v. başlamak. Acknowledgements Peace Corps would like to acknowledge and thank all of the many Volunteers and Staff who over the years have contributed to the development of this dictionary. Your collective efforts have resulted in a truly outstanding reference dictionary of the Turkmen/English languages. Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 5

6 The phrases in this section are simple and only presented in the I first-person form. They are meant to be read or memorized and said, as the Turkmen written here matches the way these phrases are said sometimes the proper written forms will be longer. Introductions and Basics Türkmen English Salam (informal) Salamälik (formal) Greetings! (lit. peace be unto you ) Gowumy(ň)? How are you? (lit. You good? ) Nähili? or Ýagdaýlaryň nähili? How are you? Very Good Good Ok Not Bad Bad Öran Gowy Gowy. Normal Erbet Däl / Ýäman Däl Erbet / Ýäman Hoş geldiňiz! Welcome! Sag boluň! Thank you! (lit. Be healthy! ) Meniň adym. My name is. Men Amerikadan. I am from America. Men yaşymda. I am years old. Bagyşlaň! Excuse me. Hawa. Yes Ýok. No Men bilemok. I don t know. Men düşünýan. I understand. Men düşünemok. I don t understand. Düşündiňmi? Do you understand? Gaýtalaň! Please, repeat that. Bolýar. Ok / Alright Şeýlemi? / Şeýle! Dogurdanam? Informal) Really? / Really! Nesip bolsa! Hopefully / God willing! Men durmuşa çykmadyk. (for woman) I m not married. Men öýlenmedik. (for man) Men öýlenen/durmuşa çykan. I m married. Men mugallym / saglyk mugallym. I am a teacher/health worker. Men ýadadym. I m tired. Men ýaramok. I m sick. Sag boluň. Goodbye! Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 6

7 What You Need / Bazaar Words Maňa kömek etseňizle. I need help. Maňa (noun) gerek. I need (noun). Men gitmeli! I must go. Mümkinmi? May I? Bu naçeden? How much is this? Bir kilesi naçeden? How much is a kilo? Arzanrak boljakmy Can you go cheaper? (berjekmi,satjakmy)? Gymmat! Expensive! Täze pulda näçe bolýar? (Is that the price) in new manat? Sizde ( noun ) barmy? Do you have (noun)? Questions Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 7

8 Näme? Bu näme? Näme üçin? Nähili? Haçan? Kim? Kimiň/ki? Haýsy? (noun) nirede? Nirä? Näçe? Näçeden? Nädip? What? What s this Why? How? When? Who? Whose? Which? Where is (noun)? Where to? How many? How much? How to? Quick and Easy Sentences Structures You Will Need Two Notes on Verbs: Turkmen verbs are defined by their verb stem, or the root that comes before the suffix. For example: gitmek (to go). Git root, mek suffix (to). In this dictionary, all verbs will be in their infinitive form and will end in mek or mak. Thus, below you will be asked to insert the verb root. That is what comes before the suffix. Also, if the verb uses mak, use the suffix with the (a) or (y) in it. If it uses mek, use the suffix with the (e) or (i). Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 8

9 Men verb root + (maly/meli). Men iýmeli. Men verb root + (maly däl/ meli däl). Men başlamaly däl. Men (noun) halaýaň. Men palow halaýan. Men (noun-y,i) halamok. Men MTV-ni halamok. Men verb root + (magy/megi) halaýaň. Men okamagy halaýan. Men verb root + (yp/ip) bilýän. Men tans oýnap bilýän! Men verb root + (yp/ip) bilemok. Men nahar bişirip bilemok. Men verb root + (magy/megi) halamok. Men ylgamagy halamok. Men verb root + (sym/sim) gelýär. Men okasym gelýär. Men verb root + (sym/sim) gelanok. Men oýnasym gelenok. Men verb root + (mekçi / makçy). Men Size şu ýerde garaşmakçydyryn. Men verb root + (mekçi däl/ makçy däl). Men oturmakçy däl. Maňa (noun) gerek. Maňa biraz pul gerek.. Maňa (noun) gerek däl. Maňa problema gerek däl. verb (infinitive form) mümkinmi? Girmek mümkinmi? I must (verb). I must eat. I must not (verb). I must not begin. I like (noun). I like palow. I don t like (noun). I don t like MTV. I like (verb) +ing. I like drinking. I can (verb). I can dance! I can t (verb). I can t cook. I don t like (verb) +ing. I don t like running. I want to (verb). I want to read. I don t want to (verb). I don t want to play. I intend to (verb). I intend to wait for you here. I don t intend to (verb). I shouldn t sit. I need (noun). I need some money. I don t need (noun). I don t need a problem. May I (verb)? May I come in? Opposites (Garşydaş sözler) Turkmen English/English Turkmen Dictionary 9

10 a lot of a lot of adj. köp; abandon v. taşlamak; v. terk etmek. ABC n. elipbiý. abhor v.ýigrenmek. ability n. başarnyk; n. ukyp; n. ukyplylyk. able (to be ) v. ( bolmagy) başarmak. able (to be) v. ip/yp bilmek. abnormal adj. adaty däl. adj. üýtgeşik aboard adv. gamin üstünde. adv.gämide; abolish v. ýatyrmak; v. galdyrmak; v. goýbolsun etmek; v. hasap etmek. abolishment n. ýatyrylma. n. ýok etme abolition n. ýatyrylma (kanun). abominable adj. ýaramaz; adj. elhenç; adj. nejis. aborigine n. ýerli. abort (a fetus) v. çagany gyryp aýyrtmak; v. abort etmek. abortion (to perform an ) v. çagany aýyrtmak. abound v. bol bolmak; v. bol tapmak; v. doly bolmak; v. köp bolmak. abbreviate v. sözüňbaş harpyny ulanyp gysgaltmak. abbreviation n. gysgaldylan sözler; n. gysgaltma. about (almost) id. diýen ýaly. about (approximately) adv. golaý; adv. töweregi. about (regarding) adv. hakynda; adv. hakda; pos. barada. about (about to ) v. taýynlanmak. above adv. ýokarsynda. prep. üstünde; abridge v. gysgaltmak; v. azaltmak. abroad adj. çet ýurtda; adj. daşary ýurtda. abrupt adj. garaşylmadyk; adj. duýdansyz. abruptly adv. birden; adv. duýdansyz; adv. garaşylmadyk. absence n. bolmazlyk; n. ýoklyk; n. ýetmezlik. absent. adj. gelmedik; adj. ýok; v. ýok bolmak. absent minded adj. aljyraňňy; A a absolute absolutely absorb (water, cold ) absorbed (to be ) abstain abstract absurd abundance abundant abundant (people) abundant (regarding nature) abuse abusive academic department academic accelerate accent accent (stress) accent (with an ) accept (i.e. a gift) accept (i.e to a university) acceptable acceptance accepted (to be ) accepted (to be ) adj. huşsyz n. huşsuzlyk. adj. bütünleý; adj. doly; adj. şeksiz. adv. çaksiz; adv. aglaba; adv. düýbünden; adv. elbetde. v. suwuny çekmek; v. sorup almak; v. siňdirmek. v. siňmek. v. saklanmak. adj. abstrakt(r); adj. umumy. adj. boş söz; adj. manysyz; n. bereket; n. bolçulyk. adj. bol; adj. köp; adj. bolçylyk. adj. bereketli; adj. bol. adj. baý hasylly. n. käýinç; n. sögünç. v. başga adamyň göwnüne degmek; v. el galdyrmak v. sögmek; v. käýemek; v. bir zady çenden aşa ulanmak (spirtli içgileri köp içmek). v. bir zadyň döwülmegine garamazdan köp ulanmak. v. bir zady öz ulanmaly maksadyndan daşary ulanmak (neşe etmek). adj. sögünçli; adj. zorlukly; adj. zalym; adj. hyýanatçylykly. n. fakultet(r); n. okuw bolümi. adj. akademik(r); n. okuw. v. bat almak; v. çaltlaşmak; n. aýdylyş. n. basym. adv. çalgyrt. v. almak. v. kabul etmek. adj. ulanylýan; adj. makul; n. kabul. v. goýberilmek; English Turkmen 1

11 access v. kabul edilmek. access n. barmaga mümkinçilik; n. girmäge mümkinçilik. accessible (to go) adj. baryp bolýan; accident n. awariýa(r); n. heläkçilik; n. hadysa; n. erbeta waka. accident (by accident) n. tötänden; adj. duýdansyz; adv. ýalňyşyp; adv. bilmän. accidentally adv. ýalňyşyp; adv. birden. accommodate v. uýgunlaşdyrmak; v. öwrenişdirmek; v. üpjün etmek; v. ýatak-jay bermek; v. ylalaşdyrmak; v. hyzmat etmek. accommodation n. uýgunlaşma; n. ýatak jaý; n. otag. n. ylalaşyk. n. oňşuk n. pul kömegi accommodation (home) n. ýatakjaý; n. düşelge. accompany v. ýany bilen gitmek; v. ýoldaş bolmak; v. ugratmak. accomplish v. işi bitirmek; v. ýerine ýetirmek; v. üstünlik gazanmak. accomplished (about a person) adj. bilimli, tertipli, terbiýeli adam/aýal. accomplished (to be ) v. ýerine ýetirilen; (i.e. a project) v. tamamlanan. according to (i.e. according pos. boýunça; to a plan) prep. görä; adv. laýyklykda; adj. laýyk. according to (i.e. according adv. görä. to a source) accordingly adv. esasynda; adv. görä. adv. laýyklykda. account (bank ) n. hasabat; account (description of events) n. (bolan waklaryň) beýýannamasy. accountant n. buhgalter(r); n. hasapçy. accounted for adj. jogapkärçiligi ýerine ýetirýän (pul bilen bagly). adv. jogapkär accounting n. hasap. across prep. keseligine. accurate (about a person) accurate (about something) accurately adj. ykjam. adj. dogry; adj. anyk; adj. takyk. adv. dogry; adv. anyk. adv. ýalnyşsyz accusation accuse accusative case accusingly accustomed (to become ) ache achieve achievement acid acquaintance acquainted (to become ) acquire acquired (to be ) acquit acquittal acquitted acre across from across (over) across (through) across (to go) act act (theater) act act (law) act according to acting action active active (student) active voice actively activity activity (i.e. in class) activity n. günäkärleme; n. günäleme; n. aýyplama; n. garalama. v. aýyplamak; v. günäkärlemek. n. ýeňiş düşüm. adv. günäkärläp. v. öwrenişmek; v. endik etmek. n. agyry; v. agyrmak; v. syzlamak. v. üstünlik gazanmak; v. ýerine ýetirmek. n. gazanylan üstünlik; n. üstünlik. n. kislota(r); n. turşylyk. n. tanyş; n. tanyşlyk. v. tanyşmak. v. edinmek; v. almak. v. alynmak v. doglandan soň dörän gowuşmak. v. aklamak. n. aklanma. adj. aklanan. n. akr. prep. garşysynda; prep. gabadynda. prep. üstünden; prep. üstaşyr. prep. ortasyndan; prep. içinden. v. kesip geçmek. v. özüňi alyp barmak; v. hereket etmek. v. roly ýerine ýetirmek; n. perde. n. iş; n. hereket. n. dokument. n. kanun. v. ugur almak. v. görä hereket etmek. n. oýny ýada bir işi ýerine ýetirmek. n. hereket; n. täsir. adj. janly; adv. hereketly adj. aktiw (r); adj. işjeň. adj. hereketli. n. duýp dereje. adj. aktiw (r); adj. işeňňirlik bilen. adv erjellik bilen. adv. janygyp. n. çäre. n. gönükme. English Turkmen 2

12 actor actor n. aktýor(r); n. artist(r). actress n. aktrisa(r). actual adj. hakyky. adj. wajyp. actually adv. hakykatdan; adv. dogrudan. acute adj. ýiti. adaptation n. öwrenişme; n. uýgunlaşma; adaptation (book) n. kitaby ýeňilleşdirme; n. aňsatlaşdyrma add v. goşmak; v. artdyrmak; v. köpeltmek; v. toplamak. addition n. goşmaça; n. goşmaklyk; n. artdyrma; n. köpeltme. additional adj. goşmaça; address n. adres(r); n. salgy. adequate adj. ýeterlik; adj. layýk; adherent n. ýaran; n. tarapdar. adjective n. sypat. adjourn (from a meeting) v. möhletini süýşurmek; v. möhletini soňa goýmak. adjust (adjust something) v. üýtgetmek; v. düzetmek. adjust (to a situation) v. öwrenişmek. administration n. müdürlik n. ýolbaşçylyk. admiral n. admiral. admire v. guwanmak. admirer n. aşyk. admission n. kabul edilme; n. giriş. admit (confess) v. boýun bolmak. v. razylaşmak. admit (i.e. to a university) v. kabul etmek. admittance n. kabul edilme. n. girmäge rugsat. admitted (to be ) v. goýberilmek; v. kabul edilmek. admonish v. maslahat bbermek. v. duýdurmak. v. öňünden aýtmak.. v. ýatlatmak v. ündemek. admonishment n. maslahat; n. ündeme; n. duýduryş. n. ýatlatma. adolescent n. ýetginjek. n. ýaş. n. ýetginjeklidäki; n. ýaşlykdäky. adolescent (male) n. ýaş ýigit; adolescent (female) n. uly gyz; adopt v. kabul etmek; v. ogullyk/gyzlyk almak. adoption adore adorn adult adult (young) advance advantage adventure adventurous adverb adversary adversity advertisement advice advice (seek ) advise advisor advocate aerial aerobics affairs affect affect (medicine) affection affectionate affectionately affectionately n. kabul etme; n. ogullyk/gyzlyk alma. v. çakdan aşa gowy görmek. v. bezemek. v. owadanlaşdyrma. n. uly adam/aýal; n. uly ýaşly adam/aýal; adv. kämillik ýaşyna ýeten; adv. ýaşy ýeten. n. kemala gelen. n. öňe gidişlik; v. ösmek; v. öňe gitmek. n. bähbit; n. haýyr; n. peýda. n. başdan geçirme; n. hadysa; n. geň waka. adj. batyr; adj. erjel. n. hal. n. bäsdeş; n. garşydaş; n. ýagy n. bökdençlik; n. päsgelçilik. n. kynçylyk. n. betbagytçylyk. n. bildiriş; n. reklama(r); n. maslahat; n. nesihat; n. öwüt; n. öwüt-nesihat. v. maslahat salmak. v. maslahatlaşmak v. geňeşmek. v. maslahat bermek; n. geňeşçi; n. maslahatçy. v. aklamak; v. goramak; n. aklawçy; n. tarapdar. adj. howa bilen bagly; adj. howa; adj. howadaky. n. aerobika(r). n. iş. v. täsir etmek; v. tapawut etmek. v. kesel sebäpli täsir etmek; v. ýaýratmak. n. gadyr; n. söýgi; n. mähir; n. kesel. adj. mylaýym; adj. mähirli; adj. söýýan. adv. söýgi bilen; adv. mylaýymlyk bilen; adv. yürekden. English Turkmen 3

13 affirm alarmed affirm affirmative afford Afghanistan afraid afraid (to be ) afresh after after all afternoon afterwards again against against (next to) age age (era) aged agency agenda agent aggression aggression (warlike) aggressive aggressor agile agitate agitated agitator agnostic v. tassyklamak. adj. tassyklaýjy; adv. razy. v. mümkinçilik bolmak. v. amatly bolmak. adj. Owganistan. adj. gorkýan. v. gorkmak. v. çekinmek; adj. täzeden; adj. ýaňadan; adj. gaýtadan; conj. soňra; prep. soň; prep. yzyndan. adv. ahyry; n. öýlän; n. öýle. prep. soňra; prep. soň. adv. gaýtandan; adv. ikilenç; adv. täzeden; adv. ýene; adv. ýaňadan; adv. ýenede. adv. tersine; adv. garşy. adv. gabadynda. adv.garşysynda n. ýaş; v. garramak. n. asyr; n. döwür; n. eýýäm. adj. ýaşuly; v. geňeşmek. adj. garry; adv. garran. n. agentlik(r). n. gün tertibi. n. agent(r). n. gahar; n. gazap. n. basybalyjylyk; n. çozuş. adj. gaharly; adj. gazaply; adj. batyr; adv. agresiw; adv. duşmançylykly. n. agresor (r); n. basybalyjy. adj. çalt; adj. çalasyn. adj. alyp-ýolup barýan. v. agitirlemek; v. tolgundyrmak. adj. tolgunan; adj. aljyraňňy; adj. nervous diýen sözi gör. n. agitator (r). adj. dine ynanmaýan; n. dine ynanmaýan adam/ ago agony agree agree (agree with one another) agreeable agreed agreement (consent) agronomist agriculture ah ahead aid aid (aid supplies) AIDS aim aim (goal) air air conditioning air out aircraft airheaded airplane airport airy aisle ajar alarm alarm clock(set) alarmed aýal adv. ozal; adv. mundan öň; adv. öň. n. janhowul. v. razylaşmak; v. ylalaşmak v. pikirleriň gabat gelmek. v. ylalaşmak; v. razylaşmak. adj. razylaşýan; adj. alçak; adj. göwni açyk. adj. razylaşan; adj. ylalaşan. n. razyçylyk; n. ylalaşyk. agreement (written ); n. şertnama; n. ylalaşyk. n. agronom (r). n. ekerançylyk; n. oba hojalyk. inter. şeýlemi? adv.göni; prep. öňe; prep. öňde. n. kömek; n. goldaw; n. ýardam; v. kömekleşmek; v. ýardam etmek. n. kömek; n. serişde kömegi. abbr. immuno-ýetmezçilik sindromy(aids). v. çenemek; v. maksat edinmek; v. nyşan almak. n. maksat. n. howa. n. howa sowadyjy. v. ýeljiretmek. n. samolýot(r); n. uçar. adj. ýeňilkelle. n. samolýot(r); n. uçar. n. aeroport(r); n. uçar menzili. adj. seleň; adj. sergin. n. geçelge; adv. sahelçe açyk. n. ynjalyksyzlyk; n. başagaýlyk; n. howsala; n. galmagal; n. gopgun; n. howpdan ägä bolmak baradaky duýduryş. v. sagat gurmak; n. jaňly sagat. adj. aljyraňňy. English Turkmen 4

14 alas ambulance alas album alcohol alcoholic alert alertness alfalfa algebra alien align align (somebody else) alike alike (for al)l alike (not at all) alive all (all of, entire) all day all (every) all-night party all of us all over all right all the same Allah allege allegedly allegiance alley alliance alligator allot allow allowance all-star team allude inter. wahei. n. albom (r). n. alkogol (r); n. spirtli içgi. n. arakhor; n. arakkeş; n. adj. serhoş. adj. trewoga(r); adj. hüşgar. n. hüşgärlik. n. ýorunja. n. algebra. n. ýat adam; n. daşary ýurtly; n. gelmişek. v. nyzama durmak. v. nyzama duruzmak. adj. meňzeş; adj. birmeňzeş; adj. kybapdaş. adj. meňzeş; adj. deň. adj. baş üstüne. adj. diri; adj. janly. adj. bütin; adj. ähli; adj. bary; adj. hemmesi. adv. günuzyn; adv. uzakly gün. adj. hemme. n. bütin gije dowam edýän oturlyşyk. n. hemmämiz. adv. ähli ýerde. intj. bolýar; intj. gowy; intj. ýagşy. adv. barybir; adv. her niçik-de bolsa. n. Alla; n. Hudaý; n. Taňry. v. tassyklamak; v. salgylanmak. adv. hamala. n. wepalylyk. n. alleýa(r). n. bileleşik; n. birleşik. n. alligator(r). v. bellemek; v. aýryp goýmak. v. rugsat bermek; v. rugsat etmek; v. ygtyýar etmek; v. ýol bermek. n. pul kömegi. n. serişde kömegi; n. belli adamlardan ýygyndy topary. v. ýatlap geçmek; v. belläp geçmek; allusion ally almond almost aloe alone along (i.e. a path) along with alongside aloud alphabet already alright also alter alteration alternate alternately alternative altitude aluminum always amateur amaze amazed (to be ) amazement amazing amazingly ambassador ambitious ambiguous ambulance v. salgylanmak. n. salgy; n. duýduruş. n. ýaran; n. tarapdar. n. badam; n. mindal(r). adv. diýen ýaly; adv. tas; adv. takmynan. n. aloýe. adj. ýalňyz; adj. ýeke. adv. bilen; adv. ugrunda; adv. ýany bilen. prep. ýanynda; prep. gapdalynda. adv. (sesi) gataldyp adv. batly; adv. belent; adv. eşitdirip. n. elipbiý; n. alfawit (r). adv. eýýäm; intj. bolýar. adv. hem; adv. hemde. v. üýtgetmek; v. özgertmek; v. çalyşmak. n. üýtgeşiklik; n. özgerişlik. v. gezekleşmek; v. gezegine çalyşmak. adj. başaşa. n. saýlama. n. belentlik; n. beýiklik belgisi. n. alýumin(r). adv. hemişe; adv. elmydama; adv. mydama. adj. professional däl. v. aňk etmek; v. haýran galdyrmak; v. geň galdyrmak. v. geň galmak; v. haýran galmak; v. täsin galmak; v. geň-taň görmek. n. haýran; n. täsinlik; adj. täsin; adj.geň; adj. üýtgeşik. adv. üýtgeşik; adv. ajayýp. n. ilçi. adj. özüne geregini bilýän; adj. arzuwly; adj. umytly. adv. iki manyly. n. tiz kömek. English Turkmen 5

15 amendment appearance amendment American amnesty among amount amplified (to be ) amplify amputate amulet amuse amuse oneself analysis analyze anarchy ancestor ancestors anchor ancient and anecdote anew angel anger angle angry angry (to get ) angry (to make someone ) animal ankle anniversary announce announcement annoy annoyance annoyed annoying annual anonymous anonymously n. düzediş. adj. Amerikan. n. bagyşlamak; n. güna geçme. n. arasynda; n. içinde. n. möçber; n. mukdar; n. san. v. köpeltmek. v. ulaltmak. v. kesip ayrmak; v. aýyrmak. n. alaja; n. amulet(r); v. güýmemek. v. güýmenmek. n. analiz(r); n. seljeriş. v. seljermek. n. eden-etdinlik; n. düzgünsiz. n. düýptutan. n. ata-baba n. ata-babalar; n. asyrllar boýy gelýän. n. aran. adj. gadym; adj. gojaman. conj. we. n. degişme; n. şorta söz. adv. gaýtadan; adv. ýamaşgan; adv. täzeden. n. perişde. n. gahar. n. burç. adj. gaharly. v. gaharlanmak; v. gahary gelmek. v. gaharyny getirmek. n. haýwan. n. topuk. n. ýyllyk. v. bildiriş etmek; v. duydurmak; v. yglan etmek. n. bildiriş. v. azar bermek; v. bizar etmek; v. bizar-petegi çykarmak; v. irrizmek. n. azar. adj. gazaply; adj. gaharjan; adj. närazy; adj. içi ýanan. adj. iç-ýakgynç. adj. ýyllyk. adj. anonim(r); adj. atsyz. adv. atsyz; adv. ady belli dal. another answer ant antelope antenatal anthem antibiotic anti-social antler anxiety any anybody anyhow anyone anything anyway anywhere apartheid apartment apathetic apologize appalling apparatus apparently appeal appeal (petition) appeal to appear (i.e. an object or a person) appear (i.e. an organization) appear (only of people) appearance adj. başga; adj. beýleki; n. özge. n. jogap; n. gaýtargy; v. jogap bermek. n. garynja. n. jeren; n. keýik; n. maral. adj. dogulmazdan öňki; adj. ene garnyndaky. n. gimn. n. antibiotik(r). adj. ýekeligi halaýan; adj. garasöýmez. n. şah [şah]. n. alada; n. ünji. adj. çem gelen; adj. haýsy hem bolsa; adj. biraz; adj. islendik; pro. her kim; pro. biri; pro. kimdir biri. adv. anyway diýen sözi gör. pro. her kişi; pro. kimdir biri. id. nämede bolsa bir zat; pro. ahli zat; pro. haýsydyr bir zat; pro. hemme zat. adv. hatda; adv. hernä; adj. näme bolsada; conj. bary bir. adv. haýsydyr bir ýol; adv. niredir bir ýer. n. rassa boýunça adamlary bölüp äsgermezlik. n. öý. adj. perwaýsyz; adj. parhsyz. v. ötünç soramak. adj. elhenç; adj. gorkunç. n. apparat(r). adj. aýdylşy ýaly; adv. aýdyň; adv. anyk; adv. aýan. v. jar etmek; v. şikaýat etmek. n. arza; n. şikaýat. v. ýüz tutmak. v. peýda bolmak; v. görünmek. v. emele gelmek. v. gara bermek; v. peýda bolmak. n. keşp; n. mysala; English Turkmen 6

16 appearance (form) artistic appearance (form) appetite applaud applause apple apple pie applicance application apply apply (i.e. a cream) apply on a national scale appoint appointment appreciate apprentice approach (i.e. a problem) approach (i.e. to a problem) approach (to come alongside) approach (to get close to) appropriate approve approved (to be ) approximate approximately approximation apricot April April Fool s Day apron Arab arbitrariness archeologist architect architecture archive area area (of study) area (region) area (surroundings) arena argue n. daşky görnüş; n. sypat; n. syrat; n. tötänden düşme; n. peýda bolma. n. durk. n. işdä. v. el çarpmak. n. çapak; n. el çarpyşyk. n. alma. n. almaly işlekli. n. abzal; n. esbap; n. gural. n. arza; n. haýyş; n. sowalnama; v. ornaşdyrmak; v. ulanmak. v. çalmak. v. millileşdirmek. v. bellemek. adj. bellenme; n. iş duşuşygy. v. bahalandyrmak; v. hormatlamak; v. gadyr bilmek. n. şägirt. v. çemeleşmek. n. çemeleşme. v. ýetmek. v. ýakynlaşmak. adj. amatly; adj. ýerlikli; pos. degişli. v. makullamak; v. tassyklamak. v. tassyklanmak. adj. çen bilen. adv. golaý; adv. töweregi. n. çen. n. erik. n. aprel(r). n. Birinji aprel güni. n. fartuk(r); n. öňlük. n. arap. n. eden-etdilik. n. arheolog(r). n. arhitektor(r). n. arhitektura(r). n. arhiw(r). n. meýdan; n. meýdança; n. ýer. n. ugur. n. sebit; n. ülke. n. töwerek. n. arena(r). v. jedelleşmek; v. jetleşmek; argument argument (intellectual) arid arise arithmetic arm arm (upper) armchair armed Armenian armful armor armpit army aromatic around arouse arrange arrangement arrest arrive at arrogance arrogant arrogant (to be ) arrow (from a bow) arrow (symbol) arrow (weapon or symbol) arson art art (fine arts) arts (human) artery Arctic Circle article (of a periodical) artificial artillery artist artistic v. sögüşmek; v. çekeleşmek; v. dawalaşmak. n. dawa; n. jedel; n. esas; n. delil. adj. suwsyz. v. döremek; v. ösmek. n. hasap; n. arifmetika(r). n. el; n. gol. n. gol. n. kürsi. adj. ýaragly. n. ermeni. n. gujak. n. okdan goraýan ýarag tehnikasy; n. demir don; n. ok geçirmeyan geýim. n. goltuk. n. goşun; n. gulluk. adj. ysly. adv, prep. töwereginde; adv. daşynda. v. aýaga galmak. v. ylalaşmak; v. saýhallamak; v. gurnamak; v. ýaraşdyrmak. n. kepilnama; n. şertnama; n. ylalyşyk; n. care; n. saýhallaşdyrma. v. tussag etmek; v. tutmak. v. gelmek. n. menmenlik; n. gopbamlyk. adj. ulumsy. adj. gompy. v. gomparmak. n. ok; n. ýaý. n. peýkam. n. ok. n. otlama [o:tlama]. n. sungat. n. çeperçilik. n. gumanitar dersi. n. damar. n. Arktiki çagi. n. makala. adj. emeli; adj. ýasama. n. artilleriýa. n. suratçy; n. suratkeş. adj. çeper; English Turkmen 7

17 as authorization as as a result of this as soon as as though ash ashamed (to be ) ask ask advice asphalt ass assassinate assassination assault assembly assets assign a price assistance assistance (i.e. donation of supplies) assistant association assortment asthma astonish astonished astonishment at at fault at first at hand at least at once at present at the end ate atheism atheist athlete adj. ussat. adv. hökmünde; adv. ýaly. adv. netijede. adj. badyna; adv. dessine. adv. hamana. n. kül. v. namys etmek; v. utanmak. v. soramak; v. sorag bermek; v. sowal bermek. v. maslahat soramak; v. pikir soramak. n. asfalt(r). n. eşek. v. öldürmek. n. ady beelli adamlary öldürmeklik. n. çozuş; n. topulma; v. çozmak. n. ýygnak; n. ýygnanşyk. n. emläk. v. baha goýmak; v. baha bellemek. n. goldaw; n. hemaýat; n. kömek; n. ýardam. n. serişde kömegi; n. kömekçi; n. asosiasiýa (r); n. jemgyýet. n. assortiment(r). n. demgysma. v. aňk etmek. adj. haýran galmak. n. haýran. prep. -da/da; prep. golaýynda; prep. üstaşyr. adj. bimamla. adv. bada; adv. birbada; adv. ilki. adj. elýeter. adv. azyndan; adv. bolmanda; adv. iň bärkisi; adv. iň bolmanda. adv. derrew. adv. häzirki wagta. adv. soňunda. v. eat işliginiň öten zaman görnüşi. n. ateizm. adj. dine ynanmaýan; n. ateist; n. sportsmen(r); n. türgen. athletics atlas atmosphere atom atomic attach attachment attack attain attempt attend attention attention (pay ) attentive attic attract attractive attractive (i.e. house or clothing) auction auctioneer audience audit audition auditor auditorium August aunt aunt (maternal) (paternal) Australia author authoritative authority authorization n. atletika(r). n. atlas(r). n. atmosfera (r). n. atom(r). adj. atomly. v. birikdirmek; v. ýelmemek; v. ýabşyrmak; v. söýmek. n. birikme; n. goşmaça abzal; n. wepalylyk. n. çozuş; n. hüjüm; n. topulma; v. çozmak; v. höjüm etmek; v. topulmak. v. ýetmek. n. synanyşyk; v. milt etmek; v. synanyşmak. v. gatnaşmak. n. üns; n. dykgat; v. üns bermek. adj. ünsli; n. dykgatly. n. çerdak(r). v. özüňe çekmek; adj. ajap; adj. ajaýyp; adj. görnükli; adj. üns çekiji. adj. bezegli; adj. özüne çekiji. n. satuw; v. satlyga çykarmak. n. satyjy n. auditoriýa(r); n. diňleýjiler n. maliýe hasabatlaryň barlagy. n. diňlemeklik; v. diňleýji bolup gatnaşmak. n. barlagçy. n. diňleýjileriň ýada tomaşaçylaryň oturýan otagy n. awgust. n. daýza. n. daýza; n. ejeke (B); n. eje (A, M); n. apa (L, D); n. Awstraliya. n. awtor(r). adj. abraýly; n. abraý; n. güýç; n. ygtyýar; n. ynam. n. ygtyýarlyk;; n. rugsat; n. rugsatnama. English Turkmen 8

18 authorize authorize v. ygtyýar bermek. autobiographical adj. terjimehal görnüşinde. autocracy n. bir hökümlilik. automatic gun n. awtomat tüpeňi. automatic rifle n. awtomat ýaragy. autumn n. güýz. available adj. alyp bolýan; adj. elýeter; adj. nagt. available (i.e. an apartment) adj. bar bolan. Avenue n. prospect(r). avenue n. şaýoly. average adj. aralyk; adj. ortaça. aviation n. awyýatsiýa(r). avoid v. gaça durmak. awake [awoke/awaked, awoken/awaked] v. turmak; v. oýanmak; adj. oýa; adj. hüşgär. award n. baýrak; babble baboon baby baby camel baby s tummy babysit back back and forth back (if it hurts) back (of the body, of a page) back off back side back to back back-up backache backer background backpacker backside backstage v. jedirdemek; v. samramak. n. babuin maýmyny. n. bäbek. n. köşek. n. çaganyň garny. v. çagalara seretmek; v. eneke bolup işlemek. n. arka; n. ýeňse adv. yzlykkan adv. arkanlykkan adv. yza; adv. ikibaka. n. arka; n. bil. n. arka. v. yza çekilmek; v. gaçmak; n. arka. adj. bassyr; adv. yzly-yzyna. v. dokumentleri ätiýaçlyk üçin diske ýazyp goýmak; v. işi biriniň ýok wagty ýerine ýetirmek. n. bil agyry. n. bankdan pul alnanda, sizing töläp biljegiňizi güwä geçýän adam/aýal. n. arkadaky görnüş; n. yzky görnüs; n. aňry (adamyň gelip çykyşy barada); n. bilim. n.ýeňil goşly sýýahat edýän adam/aýal. n. yz. n. perdäniň aňyrsynda awarded (to be ) aware away awful awl awning awoke awoken axe B b backward backward (about countries, people ) backward (talentless) backwards bacon bacteria bad bad luck badge badger baffling bag bag (plastic bag) baggage bail bait (for fishing) bake baker baking soda balance balcony bald (naturally bald) bald (shaved head) bald (shaved head) n. sowgat; v. baýrak bermek; v. sowga gowşurmak; v. sylaglamak. v. sylaglanmak. adj. habarly. prep. uzakda; prep. uzakda duran. adj. aýylganç; adj. gorkunç; adj. elhenç. n. temen. n. bassyrma; n. brezent v. awake işliginiň öten zaman görnüşi. v. awake işliginiň öten zaman görnüşi. n. palta; v. işden çykarmak (teartr) adv. yza; adv. yzlykkan; adj. yza galýan; adv. gijä galýan; adj. ösmeýän. adj. zehinsiz. adv. yzyna; conj. tersine. n. donuz eti. n. bakteriýa(r). adj. erbet; adj. yaman; adj. ýaramaz. adj. şowuna däl; adj. ugruna däl n. tarketka(r). n. torsuk. adj. kyn; adj. çylşyrymly; adj. düşnüksiz. adj. seňselik. n. bukja; n. torba; n. sumka(r). n. paket(r). n. bagaž(r); n. ýük. n. zamun. n. iým (balyk üçin). v. hamyrdan zat bişirmek. n. çörek/nan bişirýän adam; n. çay sodasy. n. deňagramlylyk; n. eýwan; n. weranda adj. kel; adj. saçy düşen; adj. saçy syrylan. English Turkmen 9

19 ball beauty salon ball ball (dance) ball of yarn ballet balloon balm bamboo ban band (i.e. musical) band (i.e. stripe) bandage bandit bang bang bank account bank (i.e. for money) bank (i.e. riverbank) bankrupt bankrupt (go ) bankrupt (to be ) bankrupt (to go ) bankruptcy banned banner banquet bar bar barbed-wire fence barber barbershop bard barefoot barely bargain bark bark (tree bark) barley barmaid barn barrel n. top; n. şar; n. pökgi. n. wals tansy. n. ýumak. n. balet(r). n. şar(r). n. melhem; n. balzam. n. gamyş. v. gadagan etmek. n. saz çalýan topar. n. zolak. n. daňy; n. ýapgy; v. daňmak. n. galtaman; n. garakçy. v. gaty ses bilen bir zady urmak; v. güpürdetmek; v. şarkyldatmak. n. güpürdi; n. şarkyldy. n. hasabat; n. bank hasaby. n. bank(r). n. derýäň gyrasy; n. kenar. adj. (pul) ýitgisini çeken; adj. bergä batan. v. bergä batmak. v. bergä batmak. v. bergä batmak; v. çökmek. n. batmaklyk. adj. gadagan edilen n. tug. n. dabara; n. toý. n. bar(r); n. garbanýşhana. v. gulplamak v. petiklemek; v. beklemek. n. tikenli haýat; n. gorag. n. dellek. n. dellekhana. n. bagşy. adj. aýakýalaňaç. adv. çala; adv. zordan; v. bahalaşmak; v. söwdalaşmak; n. söwdalaşyk. n. gabyk; v. üýrmek. n. gabyk (agajyň gabygy). n. arpa. n. ofisiant gyz n. harman; n. ýatak. n. boçka; barrel (water barrel) barren (about a woman or animal) barren (i.e. of land) barren (of a person or animal) barren (to become ) barrier baseball baseless basement basic basically basketball basil basis bath bathe bathroom bathtub battery battle baulk (at) bay leaves bazaar be be for (in favor of) be off be over be snowed under be up to beach beachwear bead beak (of a bird) bean bear (the animal) beard beast of burden beat (defeat) [beat, beaten] beat (i.e. with a bat) [beat, beaten] beautician beautiful beautiful (about a face) beauty beauty salon n. nil. n. çelek; adj. çagasy bolmaýan; n. gysyr. adj. miwesiz. adj. ýoz. v. çagadan galmak n. päsgelçilik. n. beýzbol(r). adj. esassyz. n. düýp; n. ýerzemin. adj. esasy. adj. esasan; adj. esasy; adv.esasan hem; n. basketbol. n. reýhan. n. esas. v. suwa düşürmek; n. wanna(r). v. suwa düşmek; v. ýuwunmak. n. banýa(r); n. hammam. n. wanna(r). n. batareý(r). n. uruş; n. söweş. v.ýaýdanmak; v.haýallyk etmek. n. lawr ýapragy. n. bazar. v. bolmak. v. birinin tarapynda bolmak. v. gitmek; v.gutarmak; v. tamamlamak. v. garyň aşagynda galmak. v. taýyar bolmak; v. başarmak. n. kenar; n. plage. n. suwda geýilyan geýim; n.kupalnik (r). n. monjuk. n. çüňk. n. noýba. n. aýy. n. sakgal. n. ýükçi eşek. v. üstün çykmak; v. ýeňmek; v. urmak; v. ýençmek; v. gürsüldemek (ýürek barada). n. kosmetolog (r). adj. owadan; adj. görmegeý. adj. nurana. n. görk; n. owadanlyk. n. owadanlyk salony; English Turkmen 10

20 because because because of beckon (with your hands) become [became, become] bed bed (i.e. of a river) bed (plants etc.) bed (to go to) bedding bedridden bedroom bee beef beekeeper beer beet before befriend befuddled beg beg (god) beggar begin [began, begun] beginning behave behaved (well ) behavior behind beige belief believe believe (i.e. in religion) belligerent belittle bell bell pepper bellow (i.e. a camel) bellybutton belly-laugh belong belonging to beloved below belt buckle belt (for men) n. gözellik salony. conj. çünki; conj. sebäbi; conj. zerarly. prep. üçin. v. eliňi bulap çagyrmak. v. bolmak. n. düşek. n. derýäň akymy. n. joýa. v. ýatmak; v. düşege geçmek. n. düşek. adj. düşekden galmaýan (keselden ýada garrylykda ýaňa). n. ýatylýan jaý (otag). n. ary. n. sygyr eti. n. balçy. n. piwo(r). n. şugundyr. adv. öň; adj. ozal. v. dostlaşmak. v. bulaşmak; adj. aňy bulaşyk; adj. açyk piker edip bilmeýän. v. ýalbarmak. v. dilemek; n. dilegçi. v. başlamak. n. baş; n. başlangyç. v. özüňi alyp barmak. adj. tertipli; n. özüňi alyp baryş; n. hereket; n. boluş. adv. arkasynda; prep. yzynda; prep. yzy bilen. adj. goňras; adj. mele. n. ynam; n. ynanç. v. ynanmak. v. uýmak. adj. söweşiji; adj. galmagalçy. v. kemsitmek. n. jaň. n. bulgar burç. v. bagyrmak [ba:gyrmak]. n. göbek. v. içiňi tutup gülmek. v. degişli bolmak. pos. degişli. adj. söýgüli; adj. mähriban. prep. aşak. n. ildirgiç. n. kemer. bite beluga n. doky. bench n. oturgyç; bend [bent, bent] v. eplemek; v. gaňyrmak; v. gyşartmak; v. gyşarmak. n. öwrüm; n. epin. benefit n. peýda; n. bähbit; n. haýyr; n. ýagşylyk; v. gönenmek. benevolent adj. hoşniýetli. besides adv. daşyndan; conj. üstesine; conj. mundan başga. best adj. gowusy. best man (at a wedding) n. öýlenýaň ýigidiň dosty. bet [bet, bet] n. (humar oýunlarda) goýum; v. jedel etmek; v. pul goýmak. betray v. hyýanat etmek; v. dönüklik etmek; v. satmak (birini satmak). betroth v. adaglamak. better adj. gowyrak. between adv. arada; prep. aralygynda; prep. arasynda. beverage n. içgi. bewitch v. jadylamak. bicycle n. welosiped(r); n. tigir. big adj. uly adj. belent; adj. ullakan; adj. semiz. bigot (regarding historical topics) n. ekstremist(r). bill (bank note) n. kagyz puly. billion n. milliard. bind [bound, bound] v. saramak. binoculars n. dürbi. biography n. biografia(r); n. terjimehal. biology n. biologiýa(r). birch tree n. berýoza(r). bird n. guş. birth (to give ) n. dogluş; n. dünýä inmek; v. dogmak; v. dogurmak. birth (to give ) (of an animal) v. guzlamak. birthday n. doglan güni; n. ýaş toý. birthday card n. doglan güni gutlag otkrytkasy. birthmark n. täç; n. hal. bit n. bölejik. bit (a ) n. biraz; n. azyjyk. bite [bit, bitten] v. dişlemek. English Turkmen 11

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