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    Maciamo can't be wrong because English has more...

    Maciamo can't be wrong because English has more than half of its vocabulary coming from latin or french .
    So it is often at least a double choice for an english word : germanic root or romance root...
  2. Interesting , i will stay tuned !

    Interesting , i will stay tuned !
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    I can't help you on those details Marie , but my...

    I can't help you on those details Marie , but my mother was K1 , good stuff !
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    I did not read all posts , but an idea came to...

    I did not read all posts , but an idea came to mind .
    The gaulish word Caballos that gave the french Cheval , is probably based on an onomatopoeia ( onomatopée in french is far easier ! ) ,...
  5. The everyday's english is certainly form germanic...

    The everyday's english is certainly form germanic origin .
    But when people say that a majority of the vocabulary is close to french , so come from latin ,
    they forget that :
    1) latin was very...
  6. The prononciation of gaulish ( obvious links with...

    The prononciation of gaulish ( obvious links with french and latin ) :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0haiE3U-Rk
  7. At last this evidence is coming out , that...

    At last this evidence is coming out , that Gaulish tongues and Latin where very close :
    just an exemple with Rex in Latin and Rix in Gaulish .
    Furthermore if you listen to the sound of the Latin...
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    Hi , I am from France , Champagne region . ...

    Hi , I am from France , Champagne region .
    European 99.9%
    French & German 36.2%
    British & Irish 19.1%
    Italian 6.2%
    Iberian 2.0%
    Balkan 0.8%
    Finnish Less than 0.1%
    Broadly Northwestern...
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    Sticky: "Ao , the last neanderthal" a french film , and...

    "Ao , the last neanderthal" a french film , and an amazingly beautiful one , I saw it at least four time .
  10. Poll: I am 1m94 or 6,36 feet tall , and R1b1b2a1a ,...

    I am 1m94 or 6,36 feet tall , and R1b1b2a1a , R-U106 probably ?
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    I am not a specialist in ethnology nor...

    I am not a specialist in ethnology nor linguistics , but a theory that some of you could know , is that people don't change their language for another one , they can use and adapt foreign languages...
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    Thank you very much !

    Thank you very much !
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    Hi , I am a bit confused with all those changes...

    Hi , I am a bit confused with all those changes in classification , I have done dna test with 23andme ,
    the first result was R1b1b2a1a (= R-U106 ? ) then they put me into R-M412 ( L-51) and today it...
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    Yes that what they said for my sample : R1b1b2a1a...

    Yes that what they said for my sample : R1b1b2a1a , 35% french/german , 19% british , ... 99,9 % european from Doggerland , now living in Champagne .
    Is it the usual R1b U106 from other compagnies ?
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    By the way Maciamo , I just had my results from...

    By the way Maciamo , I just had my results from 23andme , so this is a contribution to the genetic knowlegde of France :
    my location and paternal ancestry is from Champagne ( 52 ) , and I have :...
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    Your points are very spot on especially about the...

    Your points are very spot on especially about the roman input .
    The Italic people were originally into the same italo-celtic-proto germanic group before the separation .
    At the time of the Gaulish...
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