dessandessa:nnsung epichalk dessanyfolk legend, usually about a national hero«Görogly diýr, adym älemde dessan».Gorogly is a sung epic in the world of humankind.Ençe dessan eýlerem ýaryň çeşmi mestine.A genre in which an oral epic contains alternate verse and prose, often sung at weddings by a bagşy, though these days these sung epics might be shortened.
dessenbouquet, sheaf, posy, bunchbir desse güla bunch of flowers
dessineadjimmediately, as soon as, at onceOl gelen dessine men aýdaryn.I will tell you as soon as he comes.
dessurdessu:rncustom, traditiondessur bolup galmakto become a traditionmilli dessurnational tradition
däliadjmad, crazy, insanedäli ýalycrazy likeMen seniň yşkyňda däli boldum.I was madly in love with you.
däliremekvto lose one's senses, go mad, go crazy, lose one's mind, crack upDälirediňmi?Are you out of your mind?Ol heläkçilige döz gelmän däliräpdir.He lost his mind following the accident.
dänen1ear (of e.g. wheat), grain, cerealsbugdaý / arpa dänesiwheat2piece, thingon däneten piece3stoneerigiň dänesiapricot stone
däneçilikngrain cultivation, cereal cultivationdäneçilik hojalygyarable farming, cereal production
dänmekvto renege (on a promise), give up, go back on
däpn1custom, tradition, usage, habitÝaşulyny hormatlamak däp bolupdyr.It was the custom to respect the elder.däp etmekto get accustomed/used (to), get into the habit ofdäp bolmakto become accustomed to, get used to2rite, ceremony, ritualtoý däbiwedding ceremony