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    Turkic dna?

    Hi all, i am foster child adopted in USA
    According to my results i am of turkic origin. Can anyone help me to learn more about the culture and all things turk???

    Thank you!
    Very excited!

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    Noone really?

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    i think this is a forum mostly about genetics.

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    What kind of Turkic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by annalubov View Post
    Hi all, i am foster child adopted in USA
    According to my results i am of turkic origin. Can anyone help me to learn more about the culture and all things turk???

    Thank you!
    Very excited!
    Very interesting. According to which results?

    Learning about Turks, I think everybody will be very helpfull here on the things you cannot google about.

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    "Turkic" is a linguistic term for a group of highly related languages (the Turkic family). Said languages span from the Balkans through to Siberia. Needless to say, a Turkic speaker from Bulgaria (e.g. a Pomak) is genetically quite different from a Republic Azerbaijani or an Altaian.

    "Turk", in one form or another, is an old ethnonym that has been used by Turkic speakers for centuries. Other ethnic self-designations have emerged in some groups (e.g. Sakha, Uyghur, Kazakh).

    Which results indicated you have Turkish ancestry? We cannot assist if more precise information isn't provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMXX View Post
    "Turkic" is a linguistic term for a group of highly related languages (the Turkic family). Said languages span from the Balkans through to Siberia. Needless to say, a Turkic speaker from Bulgaria (e.g. a Pomak) is genetically quite different from a Republic Azerbaijani or an Altaian.

    "Turk", in one form or another, is an old ethnonym that has been used by Turkic speakers for centuries. Other ethnic self-designations have emerged in some groups (e.g. Sakha, Uyghur, Kazakh).

    Which results indicated you have Turkish ancestry? We cannot assist if more precise information isn't provided.
    according to dnaland I am 52% Mid Turkic and 3% East Turkic. There are many ethnic groups within, but not sure which one exactly I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annalubov View Post
    according to dnaland I am 52% Mid Turkic and 3% East Turkic. There are many ethnic groups within, but not sure which one exactly I am.
    Upload your Raw Data to www.gedmatch.com

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    Turkic people had different genes even from the first beginning. Nonetheless we speak similar languages/dialects and share almost same culture. For instance an Azerbaijani Turk can understand nearby Turkic nations like Turkish, Turkmen, Gagauz etc.

    Which type of DNA analysis have you given?

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