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Thread: New map of YDNA haplogroup R1a-CTS1211 (aka M558 or Y93)

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    Regular Member Ordas's Avatar
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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    MtDNA haplogroup
    J1c6

    Ethnic group
    Hungarian
    Country: Afghanistan



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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Albanian. Bac/Bacë, meaning "Elder, Uncle" from proto Abanian "Batja". Bato is obviously related to Bacë. The Slavic version is a cognate with it, but wasn't present in the balkans in the time.

    Bac is an omnipresent term, especially for heroes etc. For example the famous "Bac, u kry" slogan (Uncle, it's over) about Adem Jashari:

    Hm, interesting. In hungarian bácsi means unkle/ elderly man and báty means older brother. Nagy báty means unkle. Nagy means big. Nagy bátyám literally my big older brother - my brother of my father - my uncle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordas View Post
    Hm, interesting. In hungarian bácsi means unkle/ elderly man and báty means older brother. Nagy báty means unkle. Nagy means big. Nagy bátyám literally my big older brother - my brother of my father - my uncle...

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    Ordas, i would like to ask you something but first of all i apologize to the other members for the off-topic.
    You have a historical figure in Hungary called Pal Tomori. I have been curious about his name and surname. Because the name Pal in Albania is used by both, Catholics and Orthodox and is the Albanian form of the name Paul. Meanwhile Tomor is the name of an mountain here in Albania. Albania is full with mountains but this mountain is very specific, is a sacred mountain for Albanians and we call this mountain Father Tomor. I have been interested in other forums about this Pal Tomori, he is clearly an Hungarian, but i have never learned why there is this similarity. Do you have any idea? Thanks in advance.

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    Regular Member Dibran's Avatar
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    Albanian/Gheg/Dibran/Okshtun
    Country: United States



    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Albanian. Bac/Bacë, meaning "Elder, Uncle" from proto Abanian "Batja". Bato is obviously related to Bacë. The Slavic version is a cognate with it, but wasn't present in the balkans in the time.

    Bac is an omnipresent term, especially for heroes etc. For example the famous "Bac, u kry" slogan (Uncle, it's over) about Adem Jashari:

    Cool. Didn’t know that. Thank you. Idk why I don’t get notified when people reply. Is there a feature in settings I’m supposed to adjust?

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    Kyrgyz
    Country: Switzerland



    It seems that r1a-p278.2 and other brother subclades, like indy0430 case, living in Carpathian mountains, may be linked to White Croats. Croat is known to be a Sarmatian tribe. See examples like Horvat, Sarmat, Massaget, Skolot etc.

    Perhaps, p278.2 and its brother subclades appeared in South Sibiria/Russia. During its initial expansion, some Sarmathians might have moved to Carpathia, others to the south, Central Asia. This would explain why only Carpathian lines spread from China to Slovakia.

    Any ideas or critics?

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    Hello, I am R1A Z280 CTS 1211. When Ysearch.org was still online I downloaded my results and plotted hundreds of my closest DNA relatives on a map of Europe. There were many close matches near Armenia, which I believe are my most distant DNA relatives. There are many scattered throughout Ukraine (Scythian I would believe), many in the Trans-Carpathian areas, more than a few in Poland, but the most in Northern Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway. There's a few scattered in Italy and all the way down to Sri Lanka (Indo-Aryan). My map matches closely with the Heruli, a nomadic Germanic tribe that traveled widely between 200-500AD. Any chance R1A Z280 CTS 1211 is Heruli?

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R-FT74697 info
    MtDNA haplogroup
    H1c3b

    Ethnic group
    magyar
    Country: Hungary



    Question Y-DNS Haplotree - R-FT74697

    Helló: Y-DNS Haplotree - R-FT74697 (RM-420 / Z-280 / R-CTS1211 / R-YP340 / R-YP374) Saját mtdna: H1c3b Vannak itt hasonlóak? Mi a neve ennek az Y haplocsoportnak, pontosabban R1a1a1b1a2b3a ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by lndy0430 View Post
    Although my position haven't updated, I know that I am YP4530, and I will set up a new branch after the next update. YP4532 is my downstream. YP4530&YP4532 seems to be distributed in Western Ukraine and southeastern Poland. Do anyone know more about them? Thank you
    Hi. I am YP4532. First known ancestor was born near Temnikov, Mordovia, Russia at 1871. Nationality not clear today. Thank you

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