Sorry, English addiction to abbreviations: Divine Liturgy.
Gerçekten (or Hakikaten) dirildi!
Ah, ok. Now I know what DL means, thanks
There is one translation available, but it is not accurate 100 per cent. (For instance, Mother Mary is addressed as Efendimiz, which corresponds to Lord/Master in Turkish. In order to avoid confusion, the word HANIM must be attached to that word as HANIMEFENDI means Lady. http://www.oodegr.com/tourkika/prosefxes/theia_leitourgia1.htm
Some years ago I had a book of the Turkish translation of the Divine Liturgy (John Crysostomos), but I gave it to a friend of mine after I had memorized the prayers in Greek. That book may still be available in the Churches of the Antiochian jurisdiction. (A thin book briefly explaining the liturgy, presenting the text in Turkish and giving the calendar of scripture readings. If I am not mistaken, its author was named Agop Minasyan)
Here are some Orthodox websites in Turkish:http://www.oodegr.com/tourkika/index.htmhttp://www.antakyaortodoks.com/http://www.samandagortodoks.com/http://www.ortodoksluk.org/