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
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.
kem-kemdencfkemadvgradually, step by step, little by littleHer gün ylgamagyň wagtyny kem-kemden artdyrmaly.Each day the running time should be gradually increased.
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.
kemçiliknshortcoming, inadequacy, drawback, defect, deficiencykemçilikleri ýüze çykarmakto reveal shortcomingskemçiligi düzetmekto improve various defectsbeden kemçiligideformity, physical defectKemçiliksiz adam ýok.No one is without shortcomings.
kemliknlack (of), deficiency (in), shortage (of), deficitkemlik etmekto be missingsaňa näme kemlik edýär?what are you short of?, what are you missing?işçi güýjüniň kemligishortage of manpower
kemsinmekvto feel small, be lacking in confidence, feel unworthy, find fault with oneselfMen rusça bilmeýändigim üçin işde kemsindim.I felt small at work because of I don't know Russian.
kemsitmekvto belittle, make someone feel small, insult, deprecateŞäherli gyzlar obaly gyzlaryň üstünden gülüp, olary kemsidýärler.City girls laugh at village girls and make them feel small.
kemsizadjimpeccable, faultless, flawlessOl iňlis dilini kemsiz gepleýär.His English is impeccable.Bir kemsiz gözel bolmaz.There is no beauty without defect.
kenarkena:r1nshore, beach, seashore, bankdeňziň kenaryseashore, beachderýanyň kenaryndaon the river bankkenara ýetmekto reach landkenardaashore, on shore2quay, embankment
kendirnhemp, flax, marijuanakendir ýüpa rope made of hempÖňki döwürde kendirden dokalan mata gymmat hasaplanypdyr.In ancient times linen was considered expensive.
kepderindove, pigeonkepderi ketegidovecot, pigeon-loftSoňky jaňda kepderi uçurmak däbe öwrüldi.It became a tradition to set a dove loose at the last bell.
kepgirnladle, flat scraper for pilaf, perforated spoonBiz bazardan täze kepgir satyn aldyk.We bought a new ladle at the market.
kepillendirmekkepi:llendirmekcfgarantirlemekvto guarantee, warrant, certify, insureGurluşyk guramalarynda işçileriň janyny/saglygyny kepillendirmeýärler.The welfare/health of workers is not insured at the construction organisation.
kepilliknguarantee, assurance, warrantyToyota maşynlary üç ýyllyk kepillik bilen satylýar.Toyota cars are sold with a three year warranty.
kepilnamanpermission slip, certificate, permit, guaranteeIşe girjek bolsaň, ýaşaýan ýeriňden kepilnama almaly.If you want a job you need to get a residence permit for the place where you live.This is the old Soviet 'propiska' system - if you want to move to a prestigious place such as Ashgabat you need a residence permit (propiska in Russian) to do so. These used to be obtained by buying a flat in the city but that loophole has since been closed, so it is now very hard to move around.
kerndeafker bolmakto be/become deafol bütinleýin kerhe is profoundly deaf
keramatlykera:matly1adjsaintly, miracle working, holy, sacredTaryhda köp keramatly adamlar ýaşapdyr.Many saintly people have lived throughout history.keramatly ýerlersacred places2nSaint3adjsacred, holy
keremntimesýüz kerema hundred timesBiz bagtly günümiz üçin Hudaýa müň kerem alkyş aýdýarys.We praise God a thousand times for our happy days.
kerpiçcfhyştnbrickkerpiç jaýbrick buildingbişen kerpiçbaked brickçig kerpiçmud brick; unbaked brickkerpiç zawodybrick works, brick-yardkerpiç guýmakto lay bricksHäzirki wagtda köp adamlar jaýy kerpiçden gurýarlar.Nowadays many people build houses from bricks.
kerwenncaravan, camel trainBeýik Ýüpek ýolunda her dürli kerwenler gatnapdyr.There were different kinds of camel trains on the great Silk Road.Caravan - a group of people, especially traders or pilgrims, travelling together across a desert (OED sense 2).
kesnpersonher keseveryonehiç kesnobodyhiç kes bu barada bilmeznobody will know about it