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ýegençinnieceMeniň ýegençim owadan gyz.My niece is a beautiful girl.sister's daughter (dialect)
ýegsanýegsa:nndestructionýegsan bolmakcomp.to be destroyedÝertitremede bar zatlar ýer-ýegsan bolupdyr.Everything was destroyed at the time of the earthquake.ýer bilen ýegsan etmekunspec. comp. formto destroy
ýehudyJewÝehudylar juda akylly bolýarlar.Jews tend to be very clever.
ýekeadjalone, singleÝatakda ýekeje sygyr bar.In the shed there is a single cow.ýeke-täkcomp.onlyMaral onuň ýeke-täk çagasy.Maral is her only daughter.ýeke-ýeke(den)comp.one by one, one after the otherBiz ýeke-ýekeden ekzamene girdik.We entered the examination one by one.
ýekejeadjjust one, aloneYmgyr çölde ýekeje agaç ösüp otyrdy.There was just one tree in, what was otherwise, an endless desert.
ýekşenbenSundayÝekşenbe güni köp adamlar bazara gidýärler.On Sunday most people go to the bazaar.On Sunday most people go shopping.literary
ýelnwindýel turmakfor a wind to get up, to get windyweather
ýeleknfeather, downÝelek ýassyk köp derdiňe peýdaly.A pillow made from down is helpful for many illnesses.
ýelimcfkleýglue, pasteGadym döwürde ýelime derek şepbik ulanylypdyr.In ancient times the juice of trees was used instead of glue.
ýelinnudderSygryň ýelni süýtden dolup durdy.The cow's udder was full of milk.
ýelmemekv1to stick, glueÝelli haty elinde saklap, bukjany öňküsi ýaly ýelmejek boldy.Holding the letter in his hand as it blew about, he tried to stick down the envelope as he had before.2to hit hardkellesine ýelmäp goýbermekto start hitting someone on the head3to give a false impression of something's worthgymmat ýelmemekto sell at an inflated price
ýelmeşdirmekto seal, glue together, stick togetherMen iki kagyzy ýelmeşdirip, gül ýasadym.I made a flower by glueing two papers together.
ýelmeşmekto be stuck down, sealedMarka bukja şobada ýelmeşdi.The stamp stuck immediately to the envelope.
ýelpewaçýelpewa:çnfanÝelpewajy gadym döwürde müsürliler oýlap tapypdyr.The fan was invented in ancient times by the Egyptians.
ýençmek1to pound (e.g. grain), hammer, beatMen demirçiniň demir ýenjip duranyny gördüm.I saw the blacksmith hammering iron.2to beat, flog
ýeneadj1again, moreÝene-de birone moreSoň, meni ýene-de keselhana getirdiler...Later, they brought me to the hospital again...2in addition, anotherýene bäş müň manatlyk haryt al.Buy something else for five thousand manat.
ýeňnsleeveOl ýeňini çermäp, işe başlady.He rolled up his sleeves and started to work.ýeň astyndancomp.(to have a) secret up your sleeveMen onuň ýeň astyndan bir zat gizleýänini bilýärdim.I knew that he was hiding some secret up his sleeve.
ýeňijinconqueror, victor, winner, championÝeňijilere medallar gowşuryldy.Winners/champions were given medals.
ýeňiladv1lightMeniň ýüküm ýeňil.My bag is light.2easyBu juda ýeňil iş.It is such an easy task.
ýeňilmekto be defeatedUruşda faşistler ýeňildi.The fascists were defeated in the war.
ýeňişn1victoryDäbe öwrülen ýeňiş.Victory became a tradition.2accusativeýeňiş düşümaccusative casegrammar
ýeňlemekvto be lightenedHasyly alnan agaç ýeňledi.The tree lightened after its harvest was gathered.
ýeňletmekvto lighten (e.g.. lighten load)Biz maşynyň ýüküni ýeňletdik.We lightened the load of the car.
ýeňmekv1to winBiziň toparymyz ýaryşda ýeňdi.Our team won in the competition.2to defeat, beatDuşmanlar olary üç günde ýeňdi.Enemies defeated them in three days.
ýeňseadj1back of the headOnuň ýeňsesinde hal bar.He has a birthmark on the back of his head.anatomy2rear; backýeňseleýin ýöräpwalking backwards