okamakcfokatdyrmakokatmakv1to readsesli okamakto read aloudkitap okamakto read a bookleksiýa okamakto read a lecturedoga okamakto say a prayerHer molla öz bilenini okar.Each mullah recites from his own knowledge.2to study; to read; to study; to recite, say; to givemekdepde okamakto attend schoolsesli okamakto read alouddoga okamakto say a prayer, prayleksiýa okamakto lecture, give/deliver a lectureHer molla öz bilenini okar.Each mullah prays from his own knowledge.alkyş okamakto give thanks foruniwersitetde okamakto study at the UniversityOl gazet okap bilýär.He can read a newspaper,
okaranbowl, large dishokara doly süýta bowl full of milkwooden
okatdyrmakcfokamakokatmakv1to arrange tuition for, get someone to teachMen oglumy okatdyrýaryn.I have got someone to teach my son.2to make someone teach
okatmakcfokamakokatdyrmakv1to make someone read, make someone study2to teachAltyn asyrda dilleri okatmagyň usullary köp.There are many language teaching methods in the Golden Century.
okdurylmakvto dash, dart, rushokdurylyp barmakto take to one's heels, rush away
okgunlyadvquick, fast; swift, headlong, impetuous; swiftly, impetuously, quicklyokgunly hereketswift movement
oklamak1vto load, chargetüpeňi oklamakto load a rifle/gunweapon
oklamak2vto throw, hurldaş oklamakto throw/hurl stonespökgi oklamakto throw a ball
oklawnrolling-pinBiziň dükanymyzda her dürli oklawlar bar.There are different rolling-pins in our shop.oklaw ýaly gönicomp.as straight as rolling-pinOl garry goja oklaw ýaly göni ýöreýär.That old man walks as straight as rolling-pin.
oktýabrnOctoberoktýabr aýyOctoberOktýabr aýynda biz Garaşsyzlyk baýramyny belleýäris.In October we celebrate a holiday of Independence.
okuwn1studiesokuwy gutarmakto complete one's studiesokuw kitabytextbookokuw ýylyacademic yearokuwa girmeka) to start school b) to start universityokuw bölümioffice of the head of studiesokuw wagtyschool hourseducation2trainingokuw kitabymanualwork3classes, lessonsOkuwdan soň, men öýe gaýtjak.After classes I'll go home.instruction
okuw-ýazuwnreading and writing, literacyokuw-ýazuw öwrenmekto learn to read and writeokuw-ýazuw bilmezlikto be unable to read and write
okuwçyn1student2pupil, school childOkuwçylaryňkymyka?I wonder if it belongs to the school children?school age3apprenticework
okuwlyadjeducated, literateokuwly adameducated personokuwly bolmakto be educated
okuwsyzadjuneducated, illiterateHäzirki wagtda okuwsyz adam az.At present there are fewer uneducated people.
okyjyoky:jynreaderHer bir kitaba okyjy baha berýär.Reader gives mark to every book.person
ol1Pronounthat, heol jaýthat houseol ýerdein that placeol taýdathere
ol2Pronoun1heOl sakgalyny aldy.He cut his beard.2sheOl owadan köýnek satyn almaly.She should buy a beautiful dress.Ol ok ýaly bolup geçip gitdi.He passed by in a flash.Ol akylyň öýjügi.He is as wise as Solomon.Myrat kyn meseleleri çözüp bilýär, ol akylyň öýjügi.Myrat can solve difficult issues, he is as wise as Solomon.3itMen zemzem gördüm. Ol gaty uly eken.I saw a lizard. It was huge.
olarPronountheyolaryňof them, theirolarato themOlar meniň dostlarym.They are my friends.3rd person plural
oljanbooty, loot, plunderOl 50 sany düýäni olja alypdyr.He took as plunder 50 camels.oljasy oňmakcomp.to make a fortuneOnuň bu işde oljasy oňupdyr.He made a fortune in this work.
omzamakvto move/push forward/on/furtherMeret pessimist oglan däl, ol hemme zat gowy bolar diýip, durmuşda öňe omzaýar.Meret is not a pessimist boy, he thinks all will be fine and moves forward in life.