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ynjamak1vto take offence (at), be offended (by), to feel hurt (by)Hiç haçan ejeňizi ynjytmaň!Never offend your mother!
ynjamak2cfynjatmakvto insultOny ynjatmak juda kyn.It is difficult to insult him.
ynjatmakcfynjamak2vto insult, offendBiri-biriňi ynjatsaň hiç haçan bagt tapmarsyň.If you insult each other, you will never find happiness.
ynjynoffence, injury, insultAgyry-ynjydan ýaňa ol bir ädim hem gymyldap bilmedi.Because of injury and pain he couldn't move even for one step.
ynjykntouchy, susceptible (to offence), sensitive, tender, affectionateynjyk ösümliktender plantynjyk bolmakto be touchyynjyk wakadelicate situationOl örän ynjyk adam.She is a very touchy/sensitive person.
ynsanynsa:nn1person, humanÝer ýüzündäki ähli ynsanlar Hudaýyň çagalarydyr.People all around the world are children of God.2humankind, human natureSeniň şu naýynsaplygyň ynsan gylygy däl!You don't have the typical unscrupulousness of humankind!
ynsanlykynsa:nlykcfynsanperwerlikn1humanityBir-biriňe kömek etmek ynsanlyk borjy.To help each other is the duty of humanity.2humaneYnsanlyk duýgulary bolmadyk adam ynsan däldir.Whoever does not have humane feelings is not human.
ynsanperwerynsa:nperweradjhumane, benevolent, compassionateOl juda ynsanperwer adam.He is a very compassionate person.
ynsanperwerlikcfynsanlykhumaneness, human kindnessYnsanperwerlik işlerini ýerine ýetiren adam bereket gazanar.The one who does works of human kindness will gain riches.
ynsapynsa:pnconscienceynsabyň ezýet bermegipangs of conscienceOny etmäge ynsabym çatmaz.My conscience won't allow me to do that.
ynsaplyynsa:plyadjconscientious, fair, diligent, scrupulous, honestynsaply bolmakto be honest/scrupulousYnsaply bol-da, ýagşylyk et!Be honest and do good things!
yňdarylmakvto turn around, overturnSähelçe depgiden ol yňdarylyp gitdi.From a slight kick, he turned over and disappeared.
yňmakto be talked into, be convincedOl onuň gepine yňdy.She became convinced by his words.
yralamakcfyramakvto shakeÝel agaçlary yralaýar.The wind shakes the trees.
yramakcfyralamakv1to rock, swingsallançagy yramakto rock a cradle2to shakeagajy yramakto shake a treekelläňi yramakto shake one's headOl kellesini yralap, özüniň razydygyny bildirdi.Bowing his head, he showed that he was in agreement.
yranmakv1to rock, swing, shakeyranyp başlamakto begin to rock2to reel, staggeryranyp çykmakto stagger outOl ýolda yranyp barýardy.He was walking shakily in the street.
yraň-daraňadvslowly, unhurriedly, unsteadilyyraň-daraň ýöremekto walk slowly/unsteadilyYraň-daraň ýöräp barýan adam içgili bolsa gerek.The man walking unsteadily was almost certainly drunk.
yrgyldatmakvto rock, shake, swing, move gently to and froŞemal onuň saçyny yrgyldatdy.Wind was blowing her hair.
yrmakvto persuade, to incline, to win over, convinceMen ejemi owadan köýnek almaga yrdym.I persuaded my mother to buy me a beautiful dress.
yrsaramakyrsa:ramakvto cavil (at), to carp (at), to nag, to find fault (with), to complain persistentlybiderek zat üçin yrsaramakto carp at nothingOl her bir söze yrsaraýar.He cavils at every word.
yrymnomen, sign, superstitionyrym etmekto bode, foretellYrymlara ynanmak ýalňyşlykdyr.It is wrong to believe in superstitions.
yrymçyadjsuperstitiousyrymçy adamsuperstitious personTürkmenler yrymçy halk.Turkmens are a superstitious people group.
ysy:scfys-kokn1smell, fragrance; odourýakymly yssweet scentHer gülüň bir ysy bar.Each flower has its own fragrance.ys alyşscentys almakto sniff, smellOnuň ys alşy oňat.He has a good nose.Ýaňy bişen çöregiň ysyna taý geljek zat ýokdur.There is nothing as good as the smell of freshly baked bread.2taste
ys-koky:s-kokcfysnsmellOndan ys-kok galmandyr.No trace of him remained. Not even the whiff of him.
ysgamaky:sgamakvto smellgül ysgamakto smell a flowerMen gülleri ysgamagy gowy görýärin.I like smelling flowers.