jezalandyrmakjeza:landyrmakvto punish, have someone punishedKäte bigünä adamlar jezalandyrylýar.Sometimes innocent people are punished.
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."
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
jikme-jikji:kme-ji:kadvthoroughly, in detail, minutelyjikme-jik gürrüň bermekto give a detailed account
jiltnbinding, cover (of a book)kitabyň jildithe book coverjilt ussahanasybinders, bookbinder
jokramaadjburning, scorching, blisteringjokrama yssyscorching heatTomsuna Aşgabatda jokrama yssy bolýar.In summer the heat in Ashgabat is scorching .
jomartjo:ma:rtadjgenerous, liberaljomart adamgenerous personBiziň ýegenimiz jomart adam, her gezek gezmäge gelende, bize köp sowgat getirýär.Our nephew is a generous person, every time he visits us he brings many gifts.
jorajo:rangirlfriendOnuň jorasy meşhur aýdymçy.Her girlfriend is a well-known singer.used by a girl or woman of a female friend
jorapjora:pnsock, slipper-sock, stockingAýalym maňa ýüň jorap örüp berdi.My wife knitted woollen socks for me.