Translation for 'Turkish woman' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a Turkish woman | Turkish women
Turkish woman {noun}
туркиня {ж}
Turkish {adj}турски
Turkish girl {noun}
туркиня {ж} [момиче]
woman {noun}жена {ж}
old woman {noun}старица {ж}
Polish woman {noun}
полякиня {ж}
married woman {noun}омъжена жена {ж}
7 translations
To translate another word just start typing!

Usage Examples English
  • Bot is married to a Turkish woman and converted to islam.
  • He was married in January 2007, to a German-Turkish woman.
  • Other works include "The Turkish Woman", "The Tremor", "The Long Night" and "Prince of Mist", in which the author examines the motives behind man's eternal search for a meaning.
  • ... 1800), who was of African origin and described as a Turkish woman from Morocco, which was seen as exotic.
  • According to her, Nakiye Hanım is an exemplary Turkish woman who has experienced the modern type of woman, so her thoughts carry a lot of traces from her.

  • Curious, Daniel goes to the party and meets Melek (İdil Üner), a young Turkish woman who is wearing a T-shirt imprinted with a sun symbol.
  • The famous serf soprano Praskovya Zhemchugova acted the role of the captive Turkish woman Zelmira.
  • Eylem Elif Maviş, née Koç, (born November 9, 1973) is the first Turkish woman mountaineer to climb Mount Everest, the highest mountain on Earth.
  • Zehra Kaderli, a Turkish woman from Ludogorie also says that although she worked in Ludogorie and collected ethnographic material from local Turks, she never came across Turks who call themselves Gajal.
  • This time is the first time a Turkish woman ran under 52 seconds and also a qualifying mark for Olympics that will be held in London in 2012.

  • His mother, Şevkiye (1895–1940), was a Balkan/Turkish woman (aged fifteen at his birth), while his father ran his own business.
  • In October 2013, a Turkish woman was arrested on suspicion of blasphemy and inciting religious hatred after allegedly stepping on Quran and then posting the picture on Twitter.
  • His mother was the daughter of Major General Semyon Grigorievich Zaplatina and a captured Turkish woman.
  • The establishment of the path was a private initiative by a British/Turkish woman called Kate Clow.
  • Latife was briefly and literally the face of the new Turkish woman, appearing in public in Western clothing with her husband.

  • She became the first Turkish woman ever to reach an Olympic semi-final during her participation in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
  • On 5 April 1986 a bomb exploded at the La Belle discothèque in a former cinema on Hauptstraße 78, killing a Turkish woman and two U.S.
  • Süleymanoğlu also had three daughters by a Turkish woman.
  • Kaykhusraw died leaving three sons: 'Izz al-Din Kaykaus, aged 11, son of the daughter of a Greek priest; 9-year-old Rukn al-Din Kilij Arslan, son of a Turkish woman of Konya; and 'Ala al-Din Kayqubad, son of the Georgian princess Tamar and at age 7 youngest of the three boys.
© English-Bulgarian dictionary 2024
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!