Sibling did 23andMe (Somali Kenyan)

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  1. NFD

    NFD

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    Maternal: N1
    Paternal: E-M293
    99.3 Somali
    0.6 Sudan (5-8 Generations ago)
    0.1 East Asian
    99.9 Northeast African
    96 Neanderthal Variants

    Regions:
    Banadir, Bari, Hiraan. Strongest region: Galgaduud and the area of Puntland. None of my other parents regions came up. Does greater Somalia come up on 23&me?
     
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  2. Suldaanka

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    Whats your qabill
     
  3. NFD

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    Degoodi
     
  4. Machine

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    MashaAllah that Somali %
    :banderas:
     
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  5. Apollo

    Apollo Staff Member Moderator

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    Holy shit!

    You got a SOUTH CUSHITIC paternal haplogroup. You don't have the Somaloid one.
     
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  6. EDsomali

    EDsomali Dheeftiinu Waa Calan

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    Interesting.
     
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  7. NFD

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    My sister did this test but a relative on my dad's side (2nd cousin) came up with this haplogroup and same clan so I'm assuming. What does this mean? Am I not Somali?:faysalwtf:
    Also did my dad's regions not come up because she's female?
     
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  8. Apollo

    Apollo Staff Member Moderator

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    Autosomally, you are Somali.

    But paternally, you descend from the first Cushites who moved to Kenya 5,000 years ago. One of your forefathers probably language shifted from South Cushitic language to Af-Somali.
     
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  9. Bohol

    Bohol Staff Member Moderator

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    It means you were left behind when the rest of the South Cushites went to Tanzania and further :lol: .


    [​IMG]
     
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  10. black boubou

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    Now we can blame directly @NFD for losing all that Cushitic land to Bantus
     
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  11. NFD

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    I am confusion. So those cushites were not the ancestors of modern day Somalis? Am I a sheegato? An assimilated Somali? War dintey. Helbe me.
     
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  12. Apollo

    Apollo Staff Member Moderator

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    She's our honorary Iraqw. :dead:

    See this post.

    https://www.somalispot.com/threads/...ient-kenya-tanzania.61703/page-4#post-1677540

    There were four North to South migrations of Afro-Asiatics into East Africa.
     
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    No.

    You're throughly genetically Somali. Your South Cushitic ancestor language shifted & married into the Somali nation & from there his ancestors continously married Somalis until there was no more South Cushitic blood left.

    Haplogroups are used to determine migration patterns & the origins of ethnic groups & races.
     
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  14. Apollo

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    By the way, @NFD today's South Cushites and the Ancient South Cushites are not the same. The Ancient South Cushites were more like Central Oromos than like the Iraqw. So don't sweat it. Still interesting nevertheless.
     
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  15. NFD

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    I see but does this predate us being "Somali"? How common is this haplogroup among Somalis?
     
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    Out of my 300 relatives, nobody has it.

    I think it only exists in Kenyan Somalis.
     
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  17. Cam

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    I wonder if this is common with degodi's? they always seemed different to other somali's :shookgabre:
    could this be azanian ancestry?
     
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    Anything unique about the maternal haplogroup?
     
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    For real? :ileycry:
     
  20. Apollo

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    They are probably a mixture between Early South Cushitic pastoralists and Somalis most likely.

    23andMe's autosomal clusters will not be able to show that. One must do secondary analyses to reveal it.
     
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