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pok 2: (Persian) completely, entirely. 
pok-pokiza 1: (Persian) absolutely 
pure, perfectly unsullied. 
pok-pokiza 2: completely, totally. 
pokdil: (Persian) pure-hearted. 
pokdomon lit.: (Persian) chaste. 
pokiza: (Persian) pure, clean; good, 
true. 
pokizala-: v.t.  to clean, to cleanse. 
[pokizalan-] 
pokizalik: cleanliness. 
pokla- lit.: v.t.  to purify, to cleanse. 
[poklan-] 
poklik: abstr. of pok 1. 
pokrishka: (Russian) outer covering; 
(outer) tire. 
pol 1: a unit of cropland (surrounded 
on all sides by a raised border so that it 
can be irrigated by flooding with 
water); (coll.) the raised border 
surrounding such a field (s. marza). 
pol 2: (Russian) floor. 
pol"ka: (Russian) polka. 
poligon: (Russian) firing range, testing 
ground. 
poligrafist: (Russian) printing worker. 
poligrafiya: (Russian) printing trade, 
polygraphy. 
poliklinika: (Russian) clinic. 
polimer: (Russian) polymer. 
poliomielit: (Russian) polio. 
polisemantik: (Russian) polysemantic. 
polisemiya: (Russian) polysemy. 
polismen: (Russian) policeman (in 
foreign countries). 
politeizm: (Russian) polytheism. 
politexnik: (Russian) polytechnic(al). 
politexnika: (Russian) polytechnics. 
politexnikum: (Russian) polytechnic 
school. 
politexnizm: (Russian) polytechnic 
educational system. 
politruk: (Russian) political instructor 
(in armed forces). 
politseyskiy coll.: (Russian) s. 
politsiyachi. 
politsiya: (Russian) police (in foreign 
countries). 
politsiyachi: policeman. 
politsiyachilik: police... ~ hukumat 
police state. 
politsmeyster hist.: (Russian) chief of 
police. 

 
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politura: (Russian) polish, varnish. 
poliz: (Persian) field for growing crops 
that grow along the ground (esp. 
melons). 
polizchilik: cultivation of melons, 
cucumbers, etc. 
polk: (Russian) regiment. 
polka: (Russian) shelf; berth. 
polkovnik: (Russian) colonel. 
polli: floored, having a floor. 
polniy coll.: (Russian) fully, 
completely, fluently. o'zbekchhani ~ 
bilasizmi? Do you know Ozbek 
fluently? 
polnostiy coll.: (Russian) fully, 
completely, entirely. 
polosa: (Russian) type page. 
polotno: (Russian) linen; canvas (= 
painting); (railway) bed. 
polvon: (Persian) big and strong (boy 
or man); wrestler; nickname for 
excavators, cranes, etc. 
polvonlik: abstr. of polvon; bravery, 
manliness. 
polyak: (Russian) Polish. 
pomeshchik hist.: (Russian) 
landowner, landlord. 
pomidor bot.: (Russian) tomato. 
pona: wedge. ~ qoq- to drive a wedge. 
ponsad hist.: (Persian) officer (in 
charge of 500 men??). 
ponton: (Russian) pontoon, pontoon 
bridge. 
pop 1: (Russian) priest.pop 2 
ono.popping noise. 
popilla- ono.: v.i.  to make a popping 
or plopping noise. [popillat-]popiltiriq 
coll.panicle; tassle.popishak 
zool.hoopoe. 
poplin: (Russian) poplin. 
popop: (Russian) embroidery. ~ 
mashina embroidery machine. 
popuk: tassle, ball, pompon; fringe; a 
candy wrapped in fringed paper; term 
of endearment used towards girls. 
pora 1: (Persian) piece, fragment, chip, 
shred; (obs.) group, bunch; (obs.) 
chapter, section. 
pora 2: (Persian) bribe. ~ ol-/e- to take 
or accept bribes. 
pora-pora: in pieces, broken to bits, 
torn to shreds. 
porala- rare: v.t.  to tear to pieces or 
break to bits. [poralan-] 
poraxo'r: (Persian) bribe-taker. 
poraxo'rlik: bribe-taking, corruption. 
porchilloq: chapped, cracked (skin). 
porilla-: v.i.  to shine brightly, to 
gleam. 
porla-: v.i.  to shine. [porlat-] 
porloq: shining, bright. 
porom: tasteful, comely, attractive. 
poroshok: (Russian) powder. 
porox: (Russian) gunpowder. 
porshen": (Russian) plunger, piston. 
porsilla- v.i. ono.: to become cracked 
or chapped (e.g., lips). 
porsin: s. ~ bog'la- to become chapped 
or cracked. 
port 1: (Russian) port. 
port 2: bursting or popping noise; loud 
or brisk flapping noise. 
portativ: (Russian) portable. 
portfel": (Russian) briefcase; portfolio. 
portla-: v.i.  to blow up, to explode. 
[portlat-] 
portlovchi: explosive; plosive. 
portret: (Russian) portrait. 
portretchi: portrait artist. 
portretist: (Russian) s. portretchi. 
portsigar: (Russian) cigarette case. 
portsiya: (Russian) portion, serving. 
portsiyali: ?a carte. 
portugal: s. portugaliyalik. 
portugaliyalik: Portuguese. 
posangi: (Persian) rock or coin place 
on a scale to serve as a counterbalance; 
balance wheel of a clock. 
posbon lit.: (Persian) guardian, 
sentinel, protector. 
posbonlik: guardianship; protection. 
poshna: (Persian) heel (on footwear). 
poshnala-: v.t.  to put a heel on (a 
shoe); to prod, smash or kick with 
one's heel. [poshnalat-] 
poshnali: heeled; high-heeled. 
poshsha: an endearing epithet used for 
women and girls. 
poshshaxon: epithet for women or 
girls indicating endearment or respect; 
the best, the champ.poshsho coll.s. 
podsho. 
posilka: (Russian) parcel, 
package.posira 1 hist.parcel of land set 
aside for use by sharecroppers; (dial.) 
private plot. 
posira 2: stores, reserves. 
post: (Russian) post. 
postament: (Russian) pedestal, base. 
postanovka: (Russian) production, 
show; staging. 
postovoy: (Russian) at one's post, on 
duty. 
postoyanniy coll.: (Russian) always, 
constantly. kechki payt ~ uydaman I'm 
always home in the evening. 
posyolka: (Russian) outlying township 
or suburb; town. 
potash: (Russian) potash. 
potentsial: (Russian) potential. 
potinjon: eggplant (s. baqlajon); (dial.) 
tomato (s. pomidor).pov ono.pow, 
whoosh, psst. 
povar: (Russian) cook, chef. 
povestka: (Russian) notice, 
notification. 
povidlo: (Russian) jam. 
povilla- ono.: v.i.  to make a squirting 
or whooshing sound. [povillat-] 
power saw ??:  
power turbine??:  
poxod: (Russian) campaign; march; 
cruise. 
poxol: (wheat or rice) straw. oldiga ~ 
sol- to pull the wool over s.o.'s eyes. 
poy: (Persian) match or one (of a pair); 
leg or foot. ~ida at one's disposal, at 
one's beck and call. 
poy-chog': ~ini ol- to look over, to 
check out. 

 
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poya: (Persian) stalk, stem; each side 
of a ladder; leg, support; leg, shank; 
handle or arm (of bier or barrow); 
rung; step. 
poyabzal: (Persian) footwear. 
poyabzalchi: maker of footwear. 
poyafzal: obs. (Persian) s. poyabzal. 
poyaki: (Persian) one who makes a 
living by carrying around a waterpipe 
and charging others to smoke from it. 
poyakilik: abstr. of poyaki; tobacco 
shop section of a bazaar. 
poyandoz: (Persian) carpet spread out 
for entrance of royalty, etc. 
poyas: (Russian) zone, belt. 
poydevor: (Persian) foundation. 
poydor lit.: (Persian) solid, 
well-founded, firm. 
poyga: (Persian) race, competition. ~ 
qil-/qo'y- to race, to compete. 
poygachi: racer, competitor. 
poygah: (Persian) place of low esteem 
(near the door, i.e., farthest from the 
place of honor). 
poygak coll.: (Persian) s. poygah. 
poyintar-soyintar: incoherent, 
jumbled, muddled; wobbling, 
unsteady. 
poyko'p: (Persian) hammer-like part of 
a rice watermill which moves up and 
down, threshing the rice grains on its 
descent.poyko'pchi dial.miller. 
poyko'pxona dial.: (Persian) watermill. 
poyla-: v.t.  to wait for; to safeguard, to 
watch over; to follow, to trail; to aim 
for. payt ~- to wait for the appropriate 
time. gap ~- to eavesdrop. og'zini ~- to 
wait for s.o. to say s.t. [poylan-, 
poylat-, poylash-] 
poyloq: sentry post or station. 
poyloqchi: sentry, guard. 
poyloqchilik: abstr. of poyloqchi; 
guard duty. 
poyma-poy: (Persian) unmatched; 
confused, muddled, jumbled, 
incoherent. 
poymol: (Persian) trampled, laid waste. 
~ bo'l- to be laid waste, to be done in. ~ 
qil-/Et- to trample, to lay waste to, to 
do in. 
poynak: (Persian) the narrow end of an 
egg; a protective metal cap attached to 
the end of a leather sheath. 
poynov: (Persian) outlet (of 
waterworks). ~ ariq (dial.) a leaky ditch 
or canal. 
poyon: (Persian) edge, limit. 
poyondoz: (Persian) (thick quilt??) 
poyonsiz: limitless (s. bepoyon). 
poyqadam: (Persian) foot; footprint, 
tracks; arrival, coming. 
poytaxt: (Persian) capital (city). 
poytesha: (Persian) a large adze. 
pozitiv: (Russian) positive. 
pozitivist: (Russian) positivist. 
pozitivizm: (Russian) positivism. 
pozitron: (Russian) positron. 
pozitsion: (Russian) trench..., 
positional.... ~ jang trench warfare. ~ 
mudofaa entrenched defenses. 
pozitsiya: (Russian) position; stand. 
praktik: (Russian) worker with much 
practical experience; practical person; 
practical. 
praktika: (Russian) practice; practical, 
hands-on experience. 
praktikant: (Russian) student engaged 
in practical or field work. 
praktikum: (Russian) practical work, 
field work. 
pravlenie: (Russian) board of directors, 
governing body. 
pravo: (Russian) driving license (= 
shofyorlik ~si). 
pravoslavie: (Russian) orthodoxy. 
predmet: (Russian) object; subject. 
predoxranitel": (Russian) safety 
switch or catch. 
prefiks: (Russian) prefix. 
prehistoric: qabo obs.robe, cloak. 
prem"er-ministr: (Russian) prime 
minister. 
prem"era: (Russian) premiere. 
preparat: (Russian) (chemical) 
preparation. 
press: (Russian) press, punch; (coll.) 
paperweight. 
press-pap"e: (Russian) paperweight. 
pressla-: v.t.  to press, to compress. 
[presslan-] 
preyskurant: (Russian) price list. 
prezident: (Russian) president. 
prezidentlik: abstr. of prezident; 
presidency. 
prezidium: (Russian) presidium. 
pribor: (Russian) device, instrument; 
set (of equipment). 
prichyoska coll.: (Russian) hairdo. 
prikazchik: (Russian) (arch.) 
shop-assistant; steward, caretaker. 
prilavka: (Russian) counter (s. 
peshtaxta). 
primitiv: (Russian) primitive. 
primus: (Russian) primus (stove). 
printsip: (Russian) principle. 
printsipial: (Russian) based on or 
guided by principle; in principle; 
principled. 
printsipiallik: adherence to 
principle(s). 
printsipli: principled. 
printsipsiz: unprincipled. 
pristan": (Russian) pier, wharf. 
pristav hist.: (Russian) police officer. 
pristuf coll.: (Russian) s. pristav. 
pritsep: (Russian) trailer. 
priyomnik: (Russian) receiver, radio 
set. 
prizma: (Russian) prism. 
prizmatik: (Russian) prismatic. 
proba: (Russian) standard, gauge. 96 
~li oltin 96-carat (pure) gold. 
probirka: (Russian) test tube. 
probka: (Russian) cork, stopper (s. 
tiqin); (coll.) fuse. 
problema: (Russian) problem. 
problematik: (Russian) problematic. 
problematika: (Russian) problems. 
proekt: (Russian) project, design; draft. 
proektla-: v.t.  to plan, design, project. 
[proektlan-] 

 
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proektsiayla-: v.t.  to project. 
[proektsiyalan-] 
proektsion: (Russian) projecting. ~ 
fonar' projector. 
proektsiya: (Russian) projection. 
proezd coll.: (Russian) (transportation) 
fare. 
professional: (Russian) professional. 
professor: (Russian) professor. 
 
profil": (Russian) profile; 
cross-section. 
profilaktik: (Russian) prophylactic; 
preventive. 
profilaktika: (Russian) prophylaxis; 
preventive measures, precautions. 
prognoz: (Russian) prognosis; forecast. 
programm: (Russian) adj. of ~ nutq 
program speech, speech announcing 
the program. 
programma: (Russian) program. 
progress: (Russian) progress. 
progressiv: (Russian) progressive. 
progressivlik: progressiveness. 
progressiya: (Russian) progression. 
progul: (Russian) absence (from 
school or work). 
progulchi: absentee; truant. 
projektor: (Russian) searchlight. 
prokat 1: (Russian) rolled iron. 
prokat 2: (Russian) hire. ~ga mashina 
ol- to hire a car. 
prokatchi: rolling mill operator. 
prokatka: (Russian) rolling (in metal 
production). 
prokatkachi: s. prokatchi. 
proklamatsiya: (Russian) leaflet. 
prokuratura: (Russian) office of the 
public prosecutor. 
prokuror: (Russian) public prosecutor. 
proletar: (Russian) proletarian. 
proletariat: (Russian) proletariat. 
proletarlash-: v.i.  to become 
proletarianized; to become poor. 
prolog: (Russian) prologue (s. 
muqaddima). 
propaganda: (Russian) propaganda. 
propagandist: (Russian) propagandist. 
propeller: (Russian) propeller. 
propiska: (Russian) residence permit. 
proportsional: (Russian) proportional; 
proportionate. 
proportsionallik: proporionality; 
proportion. 
proportsiya: (Russian) proportion, 
ratio. 
propusk(a): (Russian) pass, permit; 
order. 
prorab: (Russian) foreman. 
prorektor: (Russian) pro-rector, vice 
chairman. 
prospekt: (Russian) avenue. 
prospekt: (Russian) prospectus, 
summary. 
prosto coll.: (Russian) just, simply, 
only. ~ qilmoqchi Edim I just wanted 
to do it. 
prostokvasha: (Russian) yoghurt made 
w/o added culture. 
protektorat: (Russian) protectorate. 
protest: (Russian) protest. 
protez: (Russian) prosthesis, artificial 
limb. 
protezist: (Russian) prosthetist. 
protivogaz: (Russian) gas mask. 
protokol: (Russian) minutes, record of 
proceedings; statement; protocol. 
proton: (Russian) proton. 
protoplazma: (Russian) protoplasm. 
prototip: (Russian) prototype. 
protsent: (Russian)  
protsentchi: one who fulfills the plan 
at a certain percentage; one who lends 
at a certain rate. 
protsentli: (based on) percentage. uch 
~ sirka 3% vinegar solution. 
protsess: (Russian) process; legal 
proceedings, trial, lawsuit, case. 
protsessual: (Russian) adj. of ~ muddat 
time limit for legal proceedings. ~ 
kodeks legal codex. 
provintsialiazm (Russian): 
provincialism. 
provintsiya: (Russian) province; the 
provinces. 
provodnik: (Russian) (train) conductor. 
provokator: (Russian) agent 
provocateur; instigator. 
provokatsion: (Russian) provocation. 
proxodchi: shaft or tunnel worker. 
proxodkachi: s. proxodchi. 
proza: (Russian) prose. 
prozachi: prose-writer. 
prozaik: (Russian) prose-writer, 
prosaist; (in) prose. 
prujina: (Russian) (technical) spring. 
prujinali: adj. of ~ karavot spring bed. 
~ o'yinchoq spring-driven toy. 
pryanik: (Russian)  
psixiatr: (Russian) psychiatrist. 
psixiatrik: (Russian) psychiatric(al). 
psixiatriya: (Russian) psychiatry. 
psixik: (Russian) psychical, mental. 
psixika: (Russian) state of mind, 
psyche; psychology. 
psixolog: (Russian) psychologist. 
psixologik: (Russian) psycholigical. 
psixologiya: (Russian) psychology. 
psixopatologiya (Russian): 
psychopathology. 
psixoterapiya (Russian): 
psychotherapy. 
publitsist: (Russian) publicist, 
commentator on current affairs. 
publitsistik: (Russian) publicistic. 
publitsistika: (Russian) writing on 
current affairs. 
puch: empty, hollow (esp. a nutshell 
with only a shriveled nut inside); false, 
empty. ~ kalla empty-headed. ~ga 
chiq- to turn out to be false or 
unfounded. tagi ~ baseless, poorly 
founded. 
puchak: empty, void; airy; worthless. 
puchaki: s. puchak. 
puchay-: v.i.  to wither, to shrivel, to 
shrink. iligi ~ to become exhausted. 

 
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karmoni ~di to have one's pockets go 
empty. [puchaytir-]puchmoq 
obs.outlying or lowlying area; corner. 
puchqoq: s. puch. 
puchuq: snub-nosed; missing or 
having a broken spout (teapot); term of 
endearment for children. 
pud: arch.    (Russian) unit of measure 
equal to 16 kilograms. 
pudrat: (Russian) contract. 
pudratchi: contractor.puf ono.poof! 
(blowing noise). ~ sassiq sour grapes. ~ 
desa Buxoroga uchadi light as a 
feather. 
pufak: bladder; bubble, balloon. 
pufakcha: small bubble. 
pufla-: v.t.  to blow, to puff; to spit 
(out). 
puk(ka): the rounded side of a 
knucklebone. 
pul: (Persian) money; (small) change. 
~ bo'l- to be changed for money. ~ qil- 
to exchange for money, to liquidate; to 
make money. uch) ~ one (two, three) 
cent(s), i.e., small change, nothing 
much. ~ni ~ bilan o'yna- to make 
money for nothing, to waste money, to 
spend money carelessly. ~ining 
sassig'iga yotolmaydi to be loaded with 
money, to have money to burn. ~ 
chiqar- to print money. 
pul: obs. (Persian) bridge (s. ~i sirot 
bridge which Muslims must cross to 
get to Heaven (s. qil ko'prik). 
pul"s: (Russian) pulse. 
pul"t: (Russian) music stand; control 
panel. 
pul"verizator: (Russian) sprayer, 
atomizer. 
puldor: monied, wealthy. 
pulemyot: (Russian) machine gun. 
pulemyotchi: machine gunner. 
pulla- coll.: v.t.  to exchange for 
money, to liquidate. 
pulley:  
pulli: having money; for a charge, not 
for free. 


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