jezajeza:npunishmentjeza bermekto punishölüm jezasydeath penaltyberk jezastrict/harsh punishmentjeza çekmekto bear/take punishment, pay the penalty, be punishedOl adamlaryň günäsi üçin jeza çekdi.He suffered punishment for the sins of the people.
jezalandyrmakjeza:landyrmakvto punish, have someone punishedKäte bigünä adamlar jezalandyrylýar.Sometimes innocent people are punished.
jäheknedging, trim (on clothing), border, hemDonuň owadan jähegi bar.The robe has beautiful trim.
jähennem1nHelljähenneme git!Go to Hell!religious2-who cares, well (word expressing indifference)jähennem, näme bolsa bolsun!Well, so be it!janyny jähenneme ibermekcomp.vto kill, murderHan adamlaryna: "Ýesir edilip getirilenleriň janyny jähenneme iberiň" diýip buýruk berdi.Khan commanded his people: "Kill the prisoners."
jähetfr. var.jähtnpoint of view, perspective, position, aspectBu jähetden biziň Prezidentimiz öwülmäge mynasypdyr.From this perspective, our President deserves praise.
jäjekn1toy, playthingOl çagasyna her dürli jäjekler satyn aldy.She bought different kinds of toys for her child.Indi toýlarda jäjek seçmek adat boldy.Now it has become the custom to give out favours at weddings.colloq2shard, fragment (e.g. of pottery)3sequin, spangle, glitter
jigijigi:cfinin1younger siblinggyz jigiyounger sisteronly Ahal-Teke men use jigi to refer to younger brothers. Other clans use it only to refer to younger sisters.2younger relative (via brother or father), cousin3younger person, form of address to your juniorsonly Ahal-Teke men use jigi to refer to younger men.dial
jigitn1lad, young manin the sense of 'the lads'2warrior, cavalrymanJigitler ata atlanyp, ýola düşdi.The cavalrymen mounted their horses and went on their way.