Wiktionary:Requested entries (Turkish)
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- afalina - Black Sea bottlenosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus ponticus)?
- Allah - God
- akbil - see Akbil
- arama motoru optimizasyon uzmanı - see SEO uzmani
- akıllı - clever
- âliniz - see âli
- altı -- missing sense of "under", "beneath". i'm guessing a separate etymology too from the "six" sense
- --Accusative form of alt (underneath)
- apul apul
- apul apul yürümek
- arısı - his/her/its bee. See "arı"
- ark 'canal'
- arzıhâlci - see arzuhâlci
- asfalt kovboyu ("asphalt cowboy") = policeman?
- atmık - semen
- bahis - Turkish bet kacakbahis.org
- bahis oynama - Turkish bet bahis sitesi Online bet sites
- hazır ofis - Turkish co-working office hazir ofis hizmeti hazır ofis Hazır ofisler
- dijital pazarlama - digital marketing digital marketing digital marketing
- forex - forex a1 capital forex forex
- başpare - black conical cap on the end of the Turkish ney
- beşeri, beşerî
- beşte - "per five", see beş ("five")
- biçak - misspelling of "bıçak" ("knife")
- bisikletini (accusative form of "your bicycle". See bisiklet)
- caddesi - his/her/its avenue. See "cadde".
- Cv örnekleri - Resume cv example. See "Resume Cv Example
- cüppe - robe of some kind
- çamac - supposed to be "some kind of small river boat" , derived from çam (“pine”) ?
- çotra - should be "small wooden vessel for holding water"
- dan (needs Turkish) - see -dan
- davul - has English, needs Turkish
- den (needs Turkish)
- dön - imperative of dönmek
- Dört (there's an entry as dört, was it meant?)
- düşünmüyorm - misspelling of "düşünmüyorum" (I am not thinking of). See düşünmek
- düt: a honking or tooting noise, like a car horn
- etekleri zil çalmak — Literally, “somebody’s skirt is ringing bells”. It means that someone is so happy about something.
- Ha (needs Turkish)
- hempa (needs Turkish)
- Hint (needs Turkish)
- humus > English hummus (chickpea dip) — The link is blue because that page contains English, Finnish, Latin, Polish, and Serbo-Croatian entries.
- içer (v.) form of içmek
- içeriz (v.) form of içmek
- içersin (v.) form of içmek
- iktisat - economy
- insani (not insanı) — blue-linked because of Italian and Latin entries
- kabak kemane — a Turkish musical instrument
- kâğıdını — ("kağıdını" is accusative form of "your paper". See "kağıt" for "paper")
- kapılarımızdan — "from our doors". See "kapı"
- Karadeniz'de gemilerin mi battı? — Literally, “Have your ships sunk in the Black Sea?”... meaning “Hey, why the sad face? What happened?”
- kata (needs Turkish)
- kavuşun — Imperative of kavuşmak (reunite, converge, come together) for 2nd person plural, or 2nd person singular, formal.
- kemane — a Turkish musical instrument
- kayınço — the brother of one's wife
- kepenk — window shutter
- kızarmalar — plural of the verbal noun kızarma; getting blush, red.
- kız kurusu — spinster; unmarried woman who is old enough.
- kıl çadır — see Kıl çadır
- kir pidesi — see kır pidesi
- kocacığım — hubby?
- köprüsü — his/her/its bridge.
- külü — accusative of kül ("ash"), or his/her/its ash.
- ladin (a kind of tree, spruce i guess)
- laf (talk
also means word / term) لفظ
- laf (term, word, idea, concept is vrôm لاف 
- lavta/lâvta - a musical instrument similar to an oud, but with a longer neck and frets
- lokantası - his/her/its restaurant, form of lokanta
- lüle < Persian لوله (lule)
- mahcup : adj. ashamed, abashed, shy, embarrassed; troubled by guilty feelings, timid, confused, mousy, pudent, retiring, shamefaced ; adv. maidenly.
- meczup - 1. Sufism dervish who has been completely carried away by a mystical experience. 2. illuminated, en-lighted, lucid ; lunatic ; crazy, insane, deranged.
- menemen - a Turkish dish similar to shakshuka/shakshouka
- menguş "earring" (perhaps only in Ottoman Turkish)
- mıskal - panpipe
- mösyö - monsieur
- muhafızı - accusative of muhafız, or his/her/its keeper.
- mücver: a food; see Wikipedia.
- olma — meaning “being”, “existence”, “happening”, “occurrence”, “existing”, “maturation” according to Google Translate; the link is blue because of entries for terms in Dacian, Latin, Romansch, and Uzbek.
- online bahis Online bahis Turkish bet site
- rabbımın - Misspelling of "Rabb'imin" ("of my God")
- rebab - a bowed string instrument
- sahip çıkmak -- to claim(?)
- salçası - - his/her/its tomato sauce. See "salça".
- sayesinde - form of saye, with possessive and locative
- size (needs Turkish) -- (Dative form of "you -plural/formal-")
- Sporbahis -- Turkish sports web page sporbahis24.com
- şahrûd - a large Turkish lute used during the Ottoman period
- şahrud - a large Turkish lute used during the Ottoman period (spelling without circumflex)
- şafak hesaplama Turkish military calucator şafak hesapla
- şeşhâne - a type of kopuz (lute)
- tahnit - embalming
- tahnitlemek - embalm
- temizlik - cleaner guys Temizlik sirketi
- tempobet - bet sites Tempobet
- tüketici - consumer
- tekerlekli sandalye - wheelchair
- üç telli - a string instrument
- Üsküdar'da sabah oldu — Literally, ‘it’s already morning in Üsküdar’... meaning "what, you didn't know? Everyone else already knows about it."
- yeriz (v.) form of yemek
- yersin (v.) form of yemek
- yurt Turkish students binnary Kız öğrenci yurtları istanbul
- zeze: "My Turkish Cypriot friends told me about the 'Zezes'. These were the well-off students from Turkey studying in Cyprus whose car license plates began with the letters ZZ for 'temporary residents'." Found in Papadakis, Echoes from the Dead Zone: Across the Cyprus Divide.
- zıpçi - supposedly means "whistle"