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näderejecfderejeadvhow much, at what levelSiziň söýgiňiziň näderejede hakykydygyny barlasym gelýär. I want to test the sincerity of your love by comparing it with the earnestness of others.colloq
nädipadvhowSen nädip maşyn alyp bildiň?How were you able to buy a car?
nädogry1adjincorrect, wrong, falsenädogry sözlemungrammatical/wrong sentenceOl görkezme berende, nädogry zatlary aýdýardy.As he was giving the instructions, what he was saying was wrong.2advincorrectly, wronglyMen meseläni nädogry çözüpdirin.I answered the problem incorrectly.Sen pagtany nädogry ölçediň.You have incorrectly weighed the cotton.nädogry hereket etmekph. v.to behave inappropriatelySen muzeýda ylgap, nädogry hereket edýärsiň.If you run in the museum, you behave inappropriately.
nägilenägi:leadjdissatisfied, discontented, displeased (with)nägile bolmakto be dissatisfied/displeasedOl senden nägile.He is displeased with you.
nägileliknägi:lelikn1displeasure, discontent, dissatisfaction, disapproval; angernägilelik bildirmekto express one's dissatisfaction/displeasure2protest
nähakadj1mistake; wrong, mistakenSiz nähak pulsuz gelipsiňiz.It was a mistake for you to come without money.2without any reason, unnecessaryInim, sen nähak azara galýarsyň!Little brother, you are putting yourself out for no reason!nähak gürrüňcomp.gossipInim, sen nähak aýdýaň!Young brother, you are wrong!nähak gan dökmekph. v.to kill someone unjustlySiz nähak gan dökdüňiz.You have shed blood without having the right to do so.
nähilipron1how?Nähili-ow?How are you doing?Ýagdaýlaryň nähili?How are things?2what kind of?; what kind, howOl nähili kitap?What kind of book is it?Gör, dünýäde nähili gowy mugallymlar bar.See what wonderful teachers there are in the world.Inim, ýagdaýyň nähili?Young brother, how are you?Sen nähili adam?!What kind of person are you?!Gör, dünýäde nähili gowy mugallymlar bar.Look what great teachers are there in the world.
nähoşcfnäsagadvunpleasant; illOl özüni şu gün nähoş duýýar.Today he feels ill.
näletn1cursenälet etmekto curse someoneNälet bolsun!Damn it!2shameSen ýaramaz iş edip, maşgalaňa nälet getirme.Don't bring shame on your family by behaving badly.
näletkerdeadjcontemptible, despicablenäletkerde oguldespicable son
näletlemekv1to curse, damnOl ogryny näletledi.He cursed the thief.2to brand, stigmatise
nämepron1whatnäme boldy?What's happened?näme gulluk?What can I do for you?näme etmeli?what to do?Maňa başga näme gerek?What else do I need?2whateverNäme bolsa, şol bolsun!Whatever will be will be.näme üçincomp.a) Why? b) What for?Ol näme üçin gelmedi?Why didn't he come?Näme-de bolsacomp.nevertheless, all the sameSen näme-de bolsa, gaýrat et.Nevertheless, do your best.
nämälimadjinfinitiveişligiň nämälim formasyinfinitive verb
närazynära:zyadjunhappy, displeased, dissatisfied, not satisfiedMen senden närazy.I am not happy with you.
närazylyknära:zylykndisagreement, unhappinessnärazylyk bildirmekto express/show one's unhappinessHarydyň eýesi närazylyk bilen ýüzüni çytdy.The owner of goods frowned to show his disagreement.
näsagcfnähoş1nthe sick, sick personTebip dag otlary bilen näsaglary bejerýär.The folk doctor heals sick people with mountain herbs.2adjsick, unhealthy
näsaglamakvto be ill, fall illOl näsaglapdyr.He has fallen ill.
näsaglykn1illness; disease; sicknessNäsaglyk esasan hapaçylykdan döreýär.Illness is basically created via [contact with] dirt.2falling ill, falling sick
nätanyşadjunfamiliar, unknownnätanyş adamstrangerBiz öň nätanyşdyk.Previously we did not know each other.nätanyş köçeunknown streetnätanyş şäherunknown cityMen Aşgabatda azaşdym, sebäbi uly şäher maňa nätanyş.I got lost in Ashgabat because it is a large city unfamiliar to me.Ejem maňa nätanyş adamdan süýji alma diýip maslahat berýärdi.My mother used to advise me not to take sweets from strangers.
nätmekvto do what; how to do itÝeri, onsoň nätdiň?So then, what did you do?Indi nätjek?So what will [you] do now?colloq
näz-nygmatna:z-nygmatnall kinds of tasty treatsOnuň saçagy näz-nygmatdan doly.His table is full of all kinds of tasty treats.
näzikadj1tender, affectionatenäzik duýgytender feelingsnäzik göwüntender soulnäzik gültender flowernäzik duýgytender feelingsnäzik ýapraktender leafBu gyzyň näzik beden gürseň, onuň balet bilen meşgülanýarlagy belledi.When you see that girl's feminine body, one can instantly tell she studies ballet.Myrat ene-atasynyň näzik ogly hiç kimiň diýeni ädemok.Myrat is a spoiled boy who does not listen to anyone.Gyrmazy gülüň näzikliginden ýaňa degseň döwläýjek ýaly.The red flower is so delicate that if you touch it the petals will fall off.Meniň joram örän näzik – men hiç wagt onuň gaty gaýram söz aýdanyny eşitdim.My friend is very gentle - I have never heard her speak a harsh word.Men ejemiň ýüzi ýaman näzik, ol owadan bolmasa-da meniň üçin iň owadan eje.My mother has a very kind face, she is not pretty but to me she is the most beautiful mother.Garry adamyň näzik göwnüni gynandyrmak hem, begendirmek hem aňsat.An old person has a tender heart that is easily pleased and easily offended.2softnäzik bedensoft skinnäzik ýüzsoft face3delicate, finenäzik çagadelicate childnäzik gyzdelicate girltene näzikcomp.sensitive skin; tender skin
näzliadj1coquettish, affected, flirtynäzli gözelflirty womannäzli garaýyşflirty look2capricious, wilfulnäzli çagawilful child
niçikadvhow, in this wayher niçiknonetheless, in any caseÝagdaýyň niçik?How's life?
nikanika:nmarriageraýat nikasycivic marriagenika şahadatnamasymarriage certificatenikada durmakto be marriednikany bozmakto get a divorcenika gyýmak to go through a wedding ceremony, say one's marriage vowsnika razyçylygyny almakph. v.to gain agreement for a marriageŞaýatlar ýigitden we gyzdan nika razyçylygyny aldylar.The witnesses ratified the marriage agreement of the bride and groom.marriage