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naçarna:ça:r1nwomannaçar maşgalawomen2adjfemalenaçar adamwomannaçar bendelerfemale servants
nadanlykna:da:nlykn1ignoranceNadanlyk bize täze ylmy açyşlary özleşdirmäge päsgel berýär.Ignorance gets in the way of us making new scientific discoveries.2stupidity, foolishness
nagaraçyndrummerÖňki döwürde nagaraçylar uruş başlandygyny yglan edipdirler.In old times drummers announced about starting a war.
nagtadj1available, on hand2immediatenagt jogapan immediate answernagt pulunspec. comp. formcashnagt pul bilen tölemekto pay in cash
nagyşlyadj1patterned, figured, decorated, ornamentednagyşly çäýnekdecorated tea-pot2embroiderednagyşly köýnekembroidered dress
nahalnsapling, young tree, young plantalma nahalyyoung apple treenahal oturtmakto plant young treesAtam mellege on düýp nar nahalyny ekdi.My grandfather planted ten pomegranate saplings in the plot of land.
naharhananaharha:nan1café, small restaurant2cafeteria, dining hall, refectorytalyplaryň naharhanasystudent refectory
naharlanmakv1to be fedwagtly-wagtynda naharlanmakto be fed on timeanimals2to have a meal, eatrestoranda naharlanmakto have a meal in the restaurant
nakylnproverb; sayingTemany nakyllar boýunça düşündirmek täsirli bolýar.It is powerful to explain an idea using proverbs.
nalaçna:la:çadjforced; reluctant, unwilling, disinclined; involuntarynalaç ýagdaýthe fact of being compelledOl eden günäsini nalaç boýun aldy.He was forced to admit his guilt.
namana:manletter; written agreement, contractnama ýollamakto send a letter
namaznama:znnamaz, 5 times a day prayersNamaz musulmanlar üçin parz.Reading the namaz is obligatory for Muslims.set Muslim prayers, recited five times a day, as the Quran commands
namysna:mys1nhonour, integrityNamys ynsanyň bezegidir.Honour is humankind's decoration.namysyňy ýaşlykdan goramalyYour honour should be built up from your youth.watanyň namysyny goramakto protect the honour of your country2vshame, dishonournamys getirmekto bring disgrace; to dishonourMeniň oglum ogurlyk edip, maşgalamyza namys getirdi.My son brought shame on the family by stealing.namysa goýmakto disgrace, shame, dishonour someoneSen bizi namysa goýma.Do not disgrace us.namys etmekto shame someone, humiliate someonenamysyna degmekcomp.1to dishonour, disgrace, shame2to rapeEsgerler ol gyzyň namysyna degipdirler.The soldiers raped that girl.namysyny depgilemekcomp.to shame, humiliateDuşmanlar halkyň namysyny depgilediler.The enemies humiliated the people.
namyslyna:myslyadjhonourable, honestnamysly adama man of honour
nanna:ncfçöreknbreadnan bişirmekto bake breadnan ursuncomp.I swear by the book that...Ýalan aýdýan bolsam, goý, meni nan ursun!If I've lied may I be run over by a double-decker bus!nany bitincomp.luckyAwtomobil heläkçiliginde oňa hiç zat bolmandyr, nany bitin eken.In the car crash nothing happened to him, it turns out he was uninjured (lit. the bread was whole).
napagaçynpensionerBiziň ýurdumyzda napagaçylara uly hormat goýulýar.We respect our retired people in our country.
narpyzn1mint2annoyingSen-ä narpyz ekeniň!It turns out that you are quite annoying!
nasosna'sosnpumpguýudan suw çykaryjy nasospump pressing water from well
naýynjarna:ýynja:radj1pitiful; pitiable, poor, wretchednaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar sözlerpitiful words2poor, sad3sorrowful, mournful, plaintivenaýynjar sessad/plaintive voice; moannaýynjar adammoanful mannaýynjar çagaa pitiful childnaýynjar zeýrença poor complaintnaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar seretmekto look pitiful
nazarcfnukdaýnazarn1sight, looknukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionOl şübheli nazary bilen seretdi.She watched with an uncertain look.nazar aýlamakto look backnazardan sypdyrmakto loose sight of; to ignoreAwçy sülgüni nazaryndan sypdyrmady.The hunter did not loose sight of the pheasant.nukdaý nazardanaccording tonazary düşmekto notice somethingnazar salmakto look at, cast a glance/look (at); to favournazaryňy dikmekto gaze (at), stare (at)nazarda tutmakto take into consideration; to gaze (at), stare (at)2perspective, viewnukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionnukdaý nazardanaccording tonazarda tutmakto take into considerationnazar dikmekcomp.to look straight at someone or something; to fix your attention on someone or somethingbir zada nazaryňy dikmekto fix your sight on somethingnazar kaklyşmakcomp.to meet someone's eye; to exchange looks; to bear in mind; to remember; to aimnazara almakcomp.n1to keep in mind2to aim for, gaze, look
ne1adjneither... norErtiden bäri men ne naharlanyp bildim, ne dynç aldym.Since yesterday I have been able to neither eat nor rest.Sen ne geldiň, ne telefon etdiň.You neither came nor phoned.2***what, suchNe gözel howa!What fine weather!Ne gözel ýigitler al ganyny bu topraga akdyrdylar.What handsome young men shed their blood on this land?Baý-ba öýuň tozany ne bela.Oh, the house is dusty - what a disaster!
nebitnoil, petroleum Türkmenistanda nebit öndürilýär.Oil is made in Turkmenistan.nebit ýagycomp.nkeroseneNebit ýagynyň bahasy hem benzin bilen deň diýen ýaly.The price of kerosene is almost the same as petrol.
Nebitdagnebitda:gnNebitdagNebitdagda el halylar arzan.Hand made carpets are cheap in Nebitdag.
nejisneji:sadj1nasty, unpleasantnejis howafoul weathernejis işunpleasant work2horriblenejis duşmanhorrible enemy
nemn1moisture, dampnessýerde nem ýokthe soil is dry2rain, precipitationBu tomus nem dammady.There was no rain this summer.3tearOnuň gözünde nem göründi.Tears were seen in her eyes.