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
jümlenphrase, sentence, expressionAta Watanym diýen jümle hemmeler üçin mähirli.The phrase of My Motherland is kind to everybody.jümle-jahancomp.nworld, the universeBu täze aýdym tutuş jümle-jahana ýaň saldy.This new song was sounded throughout the whole world.
jümmüş1nheart, depths, bowels, centretokaýyň jümmüşithe depths of the forestýeriň jümmüşibowels of the earthhalkyň jümmüşindein the midst of the people2thicket (in a forest)
jüňk bolmakvto be right, to be correct, resonate, deeply impactBu eşiden habarym ýüregime jüňk boldy.When I heard the news it touched my heart.
jüpcfjübüt1pair, team (of draft animals)colloq2even numberBirine süýji berseň, jüp bermeli.If you give sweets to someone you should give an even number.jüpüne düşmekcomp.to be a success, be successful, work, succeedOnuň söwdasy jüpüne düşdi.His shopping was successful.
jüradjneat, accurate, conscientious, honest, responsibleMeniň daýym işine jür adam.My uncle is a conscientious worker.
jüýjenchick, chicken, young chickenBiziň her towugymyz 10-12 sany jüýje çykardy.Each of our hens hatched 10-12 chickens.jüýje çykarmakto hatch chickensjüýjäni güýz sanaşarysdon't count your chickens before they are hatchedBaşlyk daýhanlara jüýjäni güýz sanaşkajdygyny aýtdy.The boss said to the farmers don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
jygyldykn1crowd, throng, crush, squash, scrumJygyldyk adamdan dolydy.The big market was crowded with people.2flea market, bazaar
jylawnreinsatyň jylawyndan tutup itmekto lead a horse by the reinsjylawyny eliňe almakto take the reinsOl adamsynyň jylawyny eline aldy.She took the reins of her husband into her hand.
jynnjinn, genie, good/bad spiritIntelligent, often invisible, beings made of flame. There are good and bad 'jyn'.jynyň atlanmakcomp.to rage, be furious, be full of angerMen ol adamy görsem, jynym atlanýar.When I see that person, I become very angry.Ony meniň jynym alanok.comp.I don't like him/her.Ony bärden kowsaňyzlaň, ony meniň jynym alanok.Let him go away from here, I do no not like him.Saňa näme jyn urdy?comp.What's the matter with you?
jynazajyna:zanlast rites, prayer read before (Muslim) funeralÖlini jaýlamaga äkitmezden öň, türkmenlerde jynaza okalýar.Prayer is read by Turkmen before they take the deceased to be buried.
jynlaramakv1to become crazy, go crazyBu habary eşidip, Myrat jynlarady.When Myrat heard the news, he went crazy.2to become foolish
jynsn1gender, sex2rockgaty jynssolid layerdag jynslarylayers, rocks, beds, strata3race, ethnicityadamzat jynsyhuman raceBiziň ýurdumyzda jynsyna garamazdan hemme adamlar deňhukukly.In our country all people are equal in spite of race.
jyňňyrdamakvto ring, callTelefon jyňňyrdaýar.The telephone is ringing.