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hakykatdanhaky:katdanadvreally, indeed, in fact, actually, trulyhakykatdan ol öýdedi.Actually, he was at home.
hakykyhaky:kyadjreal, genuine, reliable, trustworthy, upright, actualhakyky dostgenuine friendhakyky habarreliable message
hakyna tutmakvto hire, to renthakyna tutma işhired labourhakyna tutma işçihired worker, wage earnerhakyna tutma ganhorhired assassinmaşyny hakyna tutmakto rent the car
hakyndacfhakdapostabout, of, regarding, concerningol hakyndaabout himsöýgi hakyndaabout love
hal1ha:ln1condition, state, situation2health, conditionhalyny soramakto ask about someone's healthhalyny bilmekto know the conditionbäbegi oňat halda saklamakto keep a baby in good condition3force, strengthhaldan düşmekto grow weak, lose one's strength4adverbhal işligigerund, adverbial participlegrammar
hal2ha:lnbirthmark, moleOl gyzyň boýnunda hal bar.She has a mole on her neck.
hal-ahwalha:l-ahwa:lcfhal-ýagdaýncondition, situation, lifehal-ahwal soraşmakto ask how someone is
hal-ýagdaýha:l-ýagdaýcfhal-ahwaln1healthhal-ýagdaýyňyz nähili?How are you?2life, existence
halalhala:ladj1according to Islamic lawhalal etmeat which can be lawfully eaten (according to Islamic law)2honest, conscientious, honourablehalal adamhonest personhalal gazançhonest earningsHalalyň bolsun!Well done!3characteristic, distinctive
halal-haramhala:l-hara:mcfharamn1legal and illegal, allowed and forbiddenhalal-haramy saýgaryp bilenok.He is not able to differentiate between what is allowed and what is forbidden.2honest and dishonest, honourable and dishonourablehalal-haramy saýgaryp bilenok.He is not able to distinguish between what is honest and what is dishonest.
halallamakhala:llamakvto purify, cleanse (religion)Ol öz hakyny halallap alýar.He earns his wage honestly
halallykhala:llykn1permission, sanction, legality, lawfulness (religion)fig2honesty, conscientiousness, integrity, honourhalallyk bilenhonestly
halamakha:lamakvto like, love, find agreeable
halanmakha:lanmakvto be worthy of respect, deserve respect, be respected, be appreciated, be liked, be loved, be approved of
halashala:sadjsaved, rescued, freed, deliveredMen bu işlerden halas.I'm saved from this work.halas etmekto save, rescuehalas bolmakto be saved, be rescued
halasgärhala:sgärnsaviour, rescuer, liberator
hallyha:llyadjbirth marked, with a birthmark, with a mole, having a moleýaňagy hally gyza girl with a mole on her cheek
haltansack, baggoş haltarucksack, haversack, knapsack, kit-bag
halyha:lyncarpet, rughaly dokamakto weave a carpetRug weaving is an important role for the women of Turkmenistan. Each tribe has its own pattern.
halyçaha:lyçana small rug
halyçyha:lyçyncarpet maker, carpet weaver
halypahaly:pan1tutor, master, teacher, guru2friend (address)
halysha:ly:sadj1totally, completely, very much, entirely, greatlyhalys ysgyndan düşmekto grow completely weak, lose one's strengthMen işläp halys boldym.I am fed up with working.2pure, clean3sincere, good-hearted
ham1ha:mn1skin, hide (of an animal)hamyny soýmakto skin; to fleece someonehamdan edilenmade from the skin malyň hamyny duzlamakto cure the animal's hidefig2leatherhamdan edilenmade of leather
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