a native or inhabitant of Turkmenistan.
- Turk·me·ni·an [turk-mee-nee-uhn], /tɜrkˈmi ni ən/, adjective
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How to use Turkman in a sentence
The bloodiest instance of displacement occurred in Turkman Gate, a slum whose inhabitants were overwhelmingly Muslim.
At the time of the Turkman Barih meeting in December, the number of neighborhoods seeing protests was at about 13.Syrian Revolt Gains Traction as Tribe by Tribe Unrest Reaches Aleppo | Katie Paul, Rana Riziq | February 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
As they approached the Oxus it was found necessary to employ a Turkman guard.The Gates of India | Thomas Holdich
But she was betrothed to a Turkman omrah, and Akbar forbade the contract to be infringed.Women of History | Anonymous
Is it some accursed Kurd that has stolen her sheep; or some Turkman, blacker than night, that has hankered after her bracelets?'Tancred | Benjamin Disraeli
Gundruda, beauty, Roger hath a fat Turkman privy to him, and going always in his train.The Serf | Guy Thorne
North of Sarakhs it diminishes rapidly in volume till it is lost in the sands of the Turkman desert.