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    Quote Originally Posted by inquisitive View Post
    From what I read on Wikipedia, it's common in East Africa. Not many AA have this.
    Where in east africa?

    And do you mean New World Blacks in general who have this E2b1 haplogroup
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    Congratulations on getting your interesting and unusual results. Up here in subzero Wyoming I have never heard the term "dougla." What exactly does it mean? Is it pronounced "duggla" or "doogla?" Is it used in polite conversation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Where in east africa?

    And do you mean New World Blacks in general who have this E2b1 haplogroup
    Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, etc


    Here is a thread of another member's result who had the same haplo. There's more info

    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/sho...3andMe-Results

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebersdorf View Post
    Congratulations on getting your interesting and unusual results. Up here in subzero Wyoming I have never heard the term "dougla." What exactly does it mean? Is it pronounced "duggla" or "doogla?" Is it used in polite conversation?
    It's mainly a term used among Guyanese and Trinidadians. Without going into the origins of the word, Basically, it's people of East Indian and Afro descent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebersdorf View Post
    Congratulations on getting your interesting and unusual results. Up here in subzero Wyoming I have never heard the term "dougla." What exactly does it mean? Is it pronounced "duggla" or "doogla?" Is it used in polite conversation?
    Thanks, Inquisitive...I found it on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dougla

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebersdorf View Post
    Congratulations on getting your interesting and unusual results. Up here in subzero Wyoming I have never heard the term "dougla." What exactly does it mean? Is it pronounced "duggla" or "doogla?" Is it used in polite conversation?
    It simply denotes a person that is half East Indian and Half Sub Saharan African,

    Quote Originally Posted by inquisitive View Post
    Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, etc


    Here is a thread of another member's result who had the same haplo. There's more info

    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/sho...3andMe-Results

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    It's mainly a term used among Guyanese and Trinidadians. Without going into the origins of the word, Basically, it's people of East Indian and Afro descent.
    Interesting , it seems to be found in North Africans as well.

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    The big question is how did it end up in the new world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Interesting , it seems to be found in North Africans as well.
    I am not aware of that but it is possible, although very rare. The only E2 North African I know was an Egyptian with E2a which is quite distant from your E2b1.
    Your subclade has a more Central African distribution. The highest E-M54 were found among Xhosa, Daba (chadic) and Rimaibe, respectively Southern, West-Central and Western African.

    And as I said, the speculative mode will help you get rid of part of your small unassigned %.
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    Thanks but speculative still is not a certainty. All it did was bring my unassigned percentage to 7.1%.I'm trying to figure if the unassigned DNA is Austranesian or Amerindian, because my South Asian ancestry came to 20.%
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    Huh?

    Dude, you score low European. I've never seen new worlders score such low European.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    All it did was bring my unassigned percentage to 7.1%.
    Really? First time I see that!
    You should use the calculators available at gedmatch.com. It'll be much more accurate.

    Anyway, do you know the ethnic groups of your Indian ancestors?

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