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Turaner-Ambia
yasemin wrote
Defol - Get out ( or more rude that this meaning )
 
For some reason that word stuck to my head...which a good thing, one down zillions more to go :)
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Pislik = jerk, scumbag

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yasemin wrote
I have a feeling the list will consist of all the insulting words haha  
I will put some good words then

Kalk = up
aç (open) gozunu (your eyes)

that's what I learned from the previous episode





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yasemin wrote
sakın ol  - F says this to Meltem on the phone. = beware/don't do it

I have problems using seslisozluk for words. The website gives the same meaning for sakin (dotted i) but with other meanings such as calm, cool. Hope Erkan wanders into this topic and explains this word. They use it so often on FG.
Seslisozluk is right, Yasemin :)

It's true that "sakin" means cool, calm.

Sakın is however, different;

- It is the root of verb "sakınmak" (to beware, to avoid)

- It is also an excalamation word that means "never" in a warning way.

In episode 19 part 1, Fatmagül says: "Sakın evlenme o adamla!", warning Meltem about Selim.

evlenme=do not marry (evlen=marry, evlenmek=to marry, evlenmemek=not to marry)
o adam=that man    
o adamla=with that man

So, "Sakın evlenme o adamla" means "Do not marry that man". While "sakın" strengthens the warning in the sentence. Perhaps I should have translated it differently? I'm open to suggestions :)

Also, the sentence she uses is a non-canonical sentence.

The canonical one would be: "O adamla sakın evlenme"

Tip: Canonical Turkish sentences always end with the verb.
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FG vocabulary Ep. 20

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Thanks Yasemin! It helps that you indicate where/when the words are used ;)
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Re: FG vocabulary Ep. 20

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FG to Kerim :
Niye bu kadar kötü insanlar ?

Niye = why
bu kadar = so much
kötü = bad
insanlar = people

Why are people so bad ?
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FG vocabulary Ep. 21

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"şalak": I don't remember exactly where and if it was FG who used it but I've heard it a lot. I think it means idiot or jerk.
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" ts ts ts "  = same in english

Fatmagul is not happy with something
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