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namazlyknama:zlyknprayer matMolla şägirdine namazlyk sowgat berdi.The mollah gave a prayer mat to his disciple as a present.
namysna:mys1nhonour, integrityNamys ynsanyň bezegidir.Honour is humankind's decoration.watanyň namysyny goramakto protect the honour of your home countryNamysyňy ýaşlykdan goramaly.Your honour should be built up from your youth.2vshame, dishonournamys getirmekto bring disgrace; to dishonourMeniň oglum ogurlyk edip, maşgalamyza namys getirdi.My son brought shame on the family by stealing.namysa goýmakto disgrace, shame, dishonour someoneSen bizi namysa goýma.Do not disgrace us.namys etmekto shame someone, humiliate someonenamysyna degmekph. v.1to dishonour, disgrace, shame2to rapeEsgerler ol gyzyň namysyna degipdirler.The soldiers raped that girl.namysyny depgilemekph. v.to shame, humiliateDuşmanlar halkyň namysyny depgilediler.The enemies humiliated the people.
namysjaňna:mysjaňadjhonourableTürkmen gelin-gyzlary namysjaň.Turkmen women and girls are honourable.
namyslyna:myslyadjhonourable, honestnamysly adama man of honour
namyssyzna:myssyzadjdisgraceful, shamefulHäzirki wagtda ar-namyssyz gyzlar bar.Currently there are girls who behave disgracefully.
nanna:ncfçöreknbread, flat breadnan bişirmekto bake breadnan ursuncomp.I swear by the book that...Ýalan aýdýan bolsam, goý, meni nan ursun!If I've lied may I be run over by a double-decker bus (lit. by bread)!nany bitincomp.luckyAwtomobil heläkçiliginde oňa hiç zat bolmandyr, nany bitin eken.In the car crash nothing happened to him, it turns out he was uninjured (lit. the bread was whole).
napaganpensionHormatly Prezidentimiz her ýyl garrylaryň napaga hakyny galdyrýar.Every year our honourable President raises the pension level for old people.
napagaçynpensionerBiziň ýurdumyzda napagaçylara uly hormat goýulýar.We respect the retired people in our country.
narna:rnpomegranateGarrygalada süýji narlar ösýär.Delicious pomegranates grow in Garrygala.
narkotikadjnarcotic, drugнаркотикnarkotik jisimleri ulanmakto use drugs, dope; to be a drug addict
narpyzn1mint2annoyingSen-ä narpyz ekeniň!It turns out that you are quite annoying!
nasnchewing tobacconas atmakto chew tobaccoSmokeless tobacco often including ash, tar, and rumoured to contain pigeon droppings.
nasosna'sosnpumpguýudan suw çykaryjy nasospump drawing water from a well
naýbaşyadjthe best (of something); imposing, dignified, impressiveAdamym maňa naýbaşy possun sowgat etdi.My husband gave me the best sheepskin [coat] as a gift.
naýynjarna:ýynja:radj1pitiful; pitiable, poor, wretchednaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar sözlerpitiful words2poor, sad3sorrowful, mournful, plaintivenaýynjar sessad/plaintive voice; moannaýynjar adama person who moans a lotnaýynjar çagaa pitiful childnaýynjar zeýrença poor complaintnaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar seretmekto look pitiful
naýzanspear, lanceTürkmenler duşmanlara garşy naýza ulanypdyrlar.Turkmens used spears against their enemies.
nazarcfnukdaýnazarn1sight, looknukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionOl şübheli nazary bilen seretdi.She watched with an uncertain look.nazar aýlamakto look roundnazardan sypdyrmakto loose sight of; to ignoreAwçy sülgüni nazaryndan sypdyrmady.The hunter did not loose sight of the pheasant.nukdaý nazardanaccording tonazary düşmekto notice somethingnazar salmakto look at, cast a glance/look (at); to favournazaryňy dikmekto gaze (at), stare (at)nazarda tutmakto take into consideration; to gaze (at), stare (at)2perspective, viewnukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionnukdaý nazardanaccording tonazarda tutmakto take into considerationnazar dikmekph. v.to look straight at someone or something; to fix your attention on someone or somethingbir zada nazaryňy dikmekto fix your sight on somethingnazar kaklyşmakph. v.to meet someone's eye; to exchange looks; to bear in mind; to remember; to aimnazara almakph. v.n1to keep in mind2to aim for, gaze, look
nazar salmakto look after, care for, helpHudaýyň nazar salan adamysomeone God takes care of
ne1adjneither... norErtirden bäri men ne naharlanyp bildim, ne dynç aldym.Since yesterday I have been able neither to eat nor rest.Sen ne geldiň, ne telefon etdiň.You neither came nor phoned.2intenswhat, suchNe gözel howa!What fine weather!Ne gözel ýigitler al ganyny bu topraga akdyrdylar.What handsome young men shed their blood on this land?Baý-ba öýüň tozany ne bela.Oh, the house is dusty - what a disaster!
nebisngreediness, self-interestnebse çapmakto be greedynebsimiz agyrsa-dacomp.unfortunately; regrettablyNebsimiz agyrsa-da, biz utuldyk.Unfortunately, we lost.nebsiň agyrmakph. v.to feel sorry forGedaýyň bolup durşuna nebsim agyrap, oňa ýardam berdim.I felt so sorry for the down-and-out's whole situation, that I gave him help.
nebisjeňlikcfnebsewürlikngreedNebisjeňlik gowy häsiýet däl.Greed is not a good character [trait].
nebitnoil, petroleum Türkmenistanda nebit öndürilýär.Oil is produced in Turkmenistan.nebit skwažinasyoil wellnebit ýagycomp.nkeroseneNebit ýagynyň bahasy hem benzin bilen deň diýen ýaly.The price of kerosene is almost the same as petrol.
nebitçinoil workerBalkan welaýatynda nebitçiler köp.There are many oil workers in the Balkan region.
Nebitdagnebitda:gnNebitdagNebitdagda el halylar arzan.Hand made carpets are cheap in Nebitdag.
nebsewürlikcfnebisjeňlikngreedNebsewürlik ýaramaz gylyk.Greed is a bad habit.