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  1. Yes, it's proven by archaeologists. Yamnaya...

    Yes, it's proven by archaeologists.

    Yamnaya started when water from Mediterranean Sea broke through Bosfor and raise the water level in Black Sea. People who already had an overpopulation in the...
  2. Numericals, for example: First — "perviy" —...

    Numericals, for example:
    First — "perviy" — "purva"
    One — "odin" — "adi"
    Two — "dva/dve/dvoe" — "dva/dve/dvaya"
    Three — "tri/troe/tretiy/troyka" — "tri/traya/treba/trika"
    Four —...
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    Kets, a small nationality in Siberia, has many...

    Kets, a small nationality in Siberia, has many things in common with Eskimo people in Alaska, including language and mythology ("A Tale How Mother Earth Gave Birth to All of the People from Sunny...
  4. The origin of the word is just "Sloboda", a...

    The origin of the word is just "Sloboda", a village or place to live in ("s-" as a prefix, "life" as a root of word, this gives a village).


    Although you're right about the whole Europe, there...
  5. Thread: Balto-Slavic

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    Yes, of course. Ukrainians, Belorussians and...

    Yes, of course.

    Ukrainians, Belorussians and Lithuanians are Slavic people.
    And probably Latvians too.

    Religion divided them. Catholicism.
  6. Thread: Balto-Slavic

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    Lithuanian is the closest to old Slavic language,...

    Lithuanian is the closest to old Slavic language, including names of the Gods in pantheon.

    But not Estonian.
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    According to our linguists, S.A. Starostin and I....

    According to our linguists, S.A. Starostin and I. Garshin, http://www.garshin.ru/linguistics/languages/dene-caucasian/index.html Basque language belongs to the Dene-Caucasian language group,...
  8. Wikipedia states that "Varangians" (or "Varjagi"...

    Wikipedia states that "Varangians" (or "Varjagi" - warriors in modern pronouncation) were people of Scandinavian origin. It's known fact that they were widely lived in the north of the country, and...
  9. As far as I know, both Afarensis and Habilis had...

    As far as I know, both Afarensis and Habilis had no fire. No right handed attributes were found between them, so they probably had very few language skills (this is related to speech and...
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    I have a Rh+ and my predecessors lived in a...

    I have a Rh+ and my predecessors lived in a circle in a first picture.
    The haplogroup R1A increased here mainly because of a milk lactation.
  11. They were Slavic people, a branch known as...

    They were Slavic people, a branch known as "Polesskie slaviane". In Slavic languages, "Les" means forest, "sloboda" means village, they were tribes who lives near forests. "Poland", "Polsha" is a...
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    I would like to add something about milk...

    I would like to add something about milk lactation: R1A here in Russia can drink fresh milk and yesterday's milk, a risky adventure not available for those of Russians, who has U, I, G or J2...
  13. Ethology states that they were not Homo Sapiens...

    Ethology states that they were not Homo Sapiens at all.
    Dogs were domesticated somewhere in Africa some millions years аgо.

    As Victor Dolnik said in his book, "dogs were every time and everywhere...
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    Russian, English (can speak). Gypsy (can...

    Russian, English (can speak).
    Gypsy (can understand and sing).
    Ancient Slavic from manuscripts (can understand), Sanskrit (can understand).

    Tried to learn Armenian and Greek... failed.
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    Poll: Modern Russian is different, ancient did not....

    Modern Russian is different, ancient did not.
    "Yarkat" is a meteorite in old Russian, a lighting stone ("yar" as something FIREing) that rolled ("kat"-ed) from the sky.

    BTW, people from Armenia...
  16. Russians are also using : " Сегодняшний день " (...

    Russians are also using : " Сегодняшний день " ( sevodnishni denj ) which means todays day.

    "Sego" - "of this"
    "dnya" - "of a day"
    "shniy" - a postfix, means "how it looks like"
    "den" - "day"
    ...
  17. In old Russian there was a word "yar", or "jar",...

    In old Russian there was a word "yar", or "jar", means Sun.
    French "jour" is the same word, "sun", and "-hui" probably the same as "here".

    I would like to translate it as "sunlight-here", or just...
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    "Hrvat (Croat) < one who lives near a stream" -...

    "Hrvat (Croat) < one who lives near a stream" - it's an old, old, old Slavic tribe name, probably from a solar god name.

    "Krapina < perhaps of Pre-Indo-European...
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    1. Russian, 2. Gypsy. "Roudiy, Ratya" - dark...

    1. Russian, 2. Gypsy.

    "Roudiy, Ratya" - dark red
    "Kalyony" - moonlighted
    "Volya" - field, valley...
  20. Thread: Balto-Slavic

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    In the early 60s of the 20th century, India's...

    In the early 60s of the 20th century, India's Sanskritist Durga Prasad Shastri visited Russia. After two weeks he said to the interpreter (N.Guseva): "Stop the translation! I understand what you are...
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