1.5. Plant

baldaknstem, stalk, shootBägüli baldagyndaky tikeni elime çümdi.My hand was pricked by the thorns on the rose stem.1.5Plant
derek2npoplar treedik boýly derekstraight poplarak derekwhite poplar1.5Plant
düwünçekn1package, parcel, bundlebir düwünçek ýüňa bundle of woolTäze jaýa göçenimizde ejem goşlarymyzy düwünçek-düwünçek edip düwüpdir.When we moved to the new house my mother tied up our belongings in different bundles.Çaga düwünçegi kadaly ösýär.The foetus is developing normally.2budmekgejöwen düwünçegiear of corn 1.5Plant3knot
güläleknpoppy1.5Plant
hanaha:na1nroom2n(eye) socket3nround seed vessel from e.g. cotton plant1.5Plant4bed, course (of a river)
haşhaşnopium poppy; opium poppy seedThe brown (white originally) resin of its seeds is used to make opium.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant
hurman1persimmon1.5.5Parts of a plant2date (fruit)1.5.5Parts of a planthurma agaçycomp.persimmon treehurma palmasycomp.cfpalmandate palm
hyýarhyýa:rncucumber1.5Plant
hyşanplume grass1.5Plant
kaştannchestnut1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
kendirnhemp, flax, marijuanakendir ýüpa rope made of hempÖňki döwürde kendirden dokalan mata gymmat hasaplanypdyr.In ancient times linen was considered expensive.1.5Plant
köpýyllykadjperennial, long-livingdub köpýyllyk agaçdyrAn oak is a perennial tree1.5Plantköpýyllyk ösümlikcomp.adjperennialköpýyllyk ysly ýaşyl-sary gülli ot nahar bişirmekde ulanylýarA perennial herb with greenish-yellow flowers is used in cookery
künjinsesame (seeds)künji ýagysesame oilKünji ýagyna palaw has süýji bolýar.Pilau made with sesame oil is very tasty.1.5Plant
narpyzn1mint1.5Plant2annoyingSen-ä narpyz ekeniň!It turns out that you are quite annoying!
ojarnhaloxylon, saxaulÇölde ojar gyşyna odun hökmünde ulanylypdyr.In the desert saxaul was used as wood in winter.a stunted tree which grows in the desert and is used as firewood for shish kebabs1.5Plant
petruşkanparsleyпетрушка1.5Plant
pudakpu:dakn1branchagajyň pudaklarybranches of a tree1.5Plant2field, sphere, branchylym pudagysphere/department/field of knowledgehalk hojalygynyň pudaklarybranches of the national economy
pyntyknbud, leaf-bud1.5Plant
sandal2nsandalwood, sandalsandal agajysandalwood tree1.5Plant
sapmakv1to threadiňňä sapak sapmakto thread a needle2to graftalmany armyda sapmakto graft an apple-tree [branch] onto a pear-tree [root]1.5Plant3to combine; to spin (with)inçe sapagy ýogyn sapaga sapmakto spin a thin thread together with a thick oneiňňä sapaýmalycomp.as thin as a rakeÝarawsyzlykdan soň ol iňňä sapaýmaly bolupdyr.After he was ill he became as thin as a rake.
sazaksa:zaknhaloxylon, saxaul1.5Plant
ýandaknthorn, thorny plantDüýeler ýandagy gowy görýärler.Camels love thorns.1.5Plant
ýylgynntamariskÝylgyn halk lukmançylygynda giňden ulanylýar.Tamarisk is used widely in traditional medicine.1.5Plant