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Uzbek and Uzbekistani are adjectives referring to the state of Uzbekistan. As a noun, Uzbek may also refer to:

See also

  • List of all pages beginning with "Uzbek"
  • List of all pages beginning with "Uzbekistani"

Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010
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From Wikitravel

Uzbek is the main language of Uzbekistan. It is also largely mutually intelligible with Uighur, which is spoken in China.

Pronunciation guide

Uzbek pronunciation is very regular and simple. If you pronounce all of the words as they are spelled, you will be readily understood.

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Consonants

Q- hard 'k'.

KH- guttural 'h' like in the Scottish 'loch'

Hello. 
As-salomu alaykum
Hello. (informal
Salom
How are you? 
Qalay siz?
Fine, thank you. 
. Yakshi, rakhmat
What is your name? 
Sizning ismingiz nima?
My name is ______ . 
Mening ismim...
Nice to meet you. 
Tanishganimdan khursandman
Please. 
Markhamat
Thank you. 
Rakhmat
You're welcome. 
Arzimaydi
Yes. 
Ha
No. 
Yok
Excuse me. 
Kechirasiz
I'm sorry. 
Kechirasiz
Goodbye 
Hayeer
I can't speak Uzbek [well]. 
Men Uzbekcha (yakshi) gaplashmayman.
Do you speak English? 
Siz inglizcha gaplashasizmi?
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
Inglizcha gapiradiganlar bormi?
Help! 
Yordam!
Look out! 
Ehtiyot boling
I don't understand. 
Tushunmadim
Where is the toilet? 
Hojat'hona qayerda?
Hospital 
kasalhona
Sick 
kasal
Doctor 
tabib

Numbers

Cardinal Numbers

half 
bucuk
zero 
sifir
one 
bir
two 
ikki
three 
uch
four 
to'rt
five 
besh
six 
olti
seven 
yetti
eight 
sakkiz
nine 
to'qqiz
ten 
o'n
fifteen 
o'n besh
twenty 
yigirma
thirty 
o'ttiz
forty  
qirq
fifty ; ellik
sixty 
oltmish
seventy 
yetmish
eighty 
sakson
ninety 
to'qson
one hundred 
yuz
five hundred 
besh yuz
one thousand 
ming
one million 
million

Ordinal Numbers

1st 
birinchi
2nd 
ikkinchi
3rd 
uchinchi
4th 
to'rtinchi
5th 
beshinchi
10th 
o'ninchi
15th 
o'n beshinchi
20th 
yigirmanchi
100th 
yuzinchi
1,000th 
minginchi

Time

Clock time

hour(s): soat(lar)

Duration

Days

Months

Writing time and date

black 
qora
white 
oq
red 
qizil
blue 
kuk
yellow 
sariq
Airport 
tayyorgokh

Bus and train

Bus 
autobus
Bus station 
autobiket
Train station 
temir yul vogzali
Ticket 
bilet

Directions

Where is...? 
...qayerda?
Left 
chap
Right 
ong

Taxi

Please take me too... : ...'ga oboring, marhamat

Hotel 
meymonkhona
Room 
khona
House 
uy
Do you have any rooms? 
Sizga khona bormi?
bank 
bank
money 
pul
cash 
naqd pul
bread 
non
meat 
gosht
rice 
guruch
fruit 
meva
vegetable 
sabzavot
tea 
choi
(boiled) water 
(qainatilgan) suv
Outdoor market 
bozor
Store 
dukan
How much? 
Qancha?
Cheap 
arzon
Expenisve 
qimmat
street 
kuchasi
police 
militsiya
sir 
janob
madam 
honym
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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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Contents

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Noun

Singular
Uzbek

Plural
Uzbeks

Uzbek (plural Uzbeks)

  1. A person from Uzbekistan or of Uzbek descent.

Translations

Proper noun

Singular
Uzbek

Plural
-

Uzbek

  1. The language of Uzbekistan.

Translations

Adjective

Uzbek (not comparable)

Positive
Uzbek

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Of, from, or pertaining to Uzbekistan, the Uzbek people or the Uzbek language.

Translations

See also

External links


Wikibooks

Up to date as of January 23, 2010

From Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection

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Even if you don't know Uzbek, you can still help with this project by typing in the remaining Lessons from the Uzbek Peace Corps Book!! It's easy, and doesn't require any special skill.

Uzbek man at Samarkand, Uzbekistan


General Stuff

Lessons

Coat of Arms of Uzbekistan
Coat of Arms of Uzbekistan

Appendix

O'zbek Dictionaries

O'zbek Language Related Wiki

Altaic-Language Wikibooks
Mongolic: Mongolian
Tungusic: Manchu
Turkic: Azerbaijani | Turkish | Turkmen | Uzbek
Buyeo*: Japanese* | Korean*
*The inclusion of Japanese and Korean in Altaic
and the existence of Buyeo are not generally accepted.

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