kaýylka:ýyladj1agreed, in agreement (with), concordant (with)kaýyl bolmakto agree (with)Ejem maňa öz gazanjyňa kaýyl bolmagy ündew edýär.My mother told me to be satisfied with what I earn.2satisfied (with), pleased withkaýyl bolmakto be satisfied (with)3humble
kazakaza:nlast moments, last hour(s)kazasy dolmakto dieMeniň babam segsen ýaşanda kazasy doldy.My grandfather died at the age of eighty.
kazyka:zycfsudýanMuslim judgebaş kazychief judgekazynyň kömekçileri(two-member) jury, the helpersduring Soviet times referred only to religious judge, but now judicial
kazyýetncourt, courthouseşäher kazyýeticity courthouseŞu gün kazyýetde daşary ýurtly jenaýatkäriň işine seredilýär.Today the activity of foreign criminals will be examined in court.during Soviet times referred only to religious court, but now judicialjudicial
kebapçykeba:pçynkebab chef, the person who cooks kebabsMeniň daýym restoranda kebapçy bolup işleýär.My uncle works at the restaurant as a kebab chef.
kebeleknbutterfly, mothBiz jülgä gezelenje gidenimizde, köp kebelek gördük.We saw many butterflies when we visited the gorge.daşynda kebelek bolmakcomp.to hang round, to try to get round
kebzenshoulder-blade, scapulakebzäm batýarthere is a pain under my shoulder-bladeanatomy
keçenfelt (fabric) or wool mat made by handkeçe çekmekto drag a felt along the groundkeçe basmakto press a feltkeçe ädikfelt bootsIndi obada kän keçe ulanmaýarlar.Nowadays felt mats are not used much in the villages.
keçjaladjobstinate, stubborn, naughtykeç adamobstinate personMugallymlar onuň oglunyň örän keçjal oglandygyny aýdýarlar.Teachers say that his son is a very naughty boy.biriniň kejine gaýtmakcomp.to contradict somebody, gainsay somebody
kejebena box put on the back of a camel (and used in weddings)
keladj1mangy, scabbykel oglanmangy boykel bolmakto be covered with scabs2bald, hairlesskel-kellelibald-headedDaşary ýurtlarda kellige garşy derman tapypdyrlar.Apparently in foreign countries a cure for baldness has been discovered.
kelemenverses recited from Qur’an as last riteskelemäňi çöwürmekto read one's last ritesMusulmanlar ölmezinden öň kelemesini çöwürmeli diýýärler.They say Muslims should read the last rites before they die.
kellen1headmeniň kelläm agyrýarI have a headachekelemiň kellesihead of cabbage2head, brain, wits, mindol kelleli oglanhe is a bright ladonuň kellesi ýokhe is unintelligent
kelle agyrykella:gyrynheadacheMen her gün wagtynda gök çaý içmesem, kelle agyrym tutýar.If I do not have green tea in time every day, I get a headache.kelle agyry dermanymedicine used for the treatment of headache
kellebaşaýaknhead and feet (of animal; as meat)Meniň maşgalam aýda bir gezek kellebaşaýak iýýär.My family eats the head and feet of an animal once a month.seen as gourmet food, and often given to the guest
kelliknbaldnessKellige garşy derman oýlap tapypdyrlar.They have invented a medicine to cure baldness.
kelpeze, suwulgannlizardMen oba gidenimde köp kelpeze tutdym.I caught many lizards when I went to the village.
kelteadj1short (in stature or length)kelte boýlyundersized, shortishkelteboýly adamundersized person2superficial, shallowkelte etmekcomp.not to finish somethingEden işiňi doly bitir, kelte etme.Do your work thoroughly, don't do it by halves.
kemcfkem-kemdenadv1insufficient, not enough, littlekem bermekto give insufficient, deliver short measurebäş manady kem bermekto give five manats less (than you ought)kem gelmekto be missing, be lackingkem çekmekto give short weightPulum kem gelýär.I haven't got enough money.2worseBu ondan kemmi?Is it worse than that one?3less than, minus (often of time)On minudy kem iki.It is ten minutes to two.kem-kemcomp.advgradually, little by littleObanyň görki kem-kem gözelleşýär.The beauty of the village is increasing gradually.
kem-kemdencfkemadvgradually, step by step, little by littleHer gün ylgamagyň wagtyny kem-kemden artdyrmaly.Each day the running time should be gradually increased.
kemakyladjstupid, thick, lacking in common-sensekemakyl çagastupid child
kemalkema:ln1maturity, adulthood, ripeness, benefit, favour; Işiňden kemal tapmak.To enjoy the benefits of your work.2completeness, perfection3Kemal - a boy's nameKemal mekdebi gutaryp öýlendi.Kemal got married after he finished school.kemala gelmekcomp.v1to ripen, to be or become ripeÜzüm agaçlary üç ýylyň dowamynda kemala gelýär.Vines are ready (to produce fruit) after three years.2grow up, mature, reach maturity, attain one's majority, become a man, be readykemala gelen gyza girl of the full legal age, an adult girlkemala getirmekcomp.vto bring up, raiseMeniň ejem sekiz çagany kemala getirdi.My mother raised eight children.
kemançynarcher, bowmanDawut pygamber ýaş oglan wagty ökde kemançy eken.The prophet Dawut was a good archer when he was young boy.