Anything about the Genetics of Kurmanji, Kirdki/Kirmancki/Dimili/Zazaki, Sorani, Feyli, Gorani speaking Kurds. In order to join the project, please state your 4 grandparents birth location and send your FTDNA/23andMe/Geno 2.0 genome data to mfa.corduene[at]gmail.com
Most of the data is from 23andMe and FTDNA. Used publications: Gokcumen et al., 2011 Grugni et al., 2012 Malyarchuk et al., 2013 Cristofaro et al., 2013 1.Adana, Aleppo, Dîlok, Mereş, n: 6, confidence: very low 2.Agirî, Bedlîs, Wan, n: 8, confidence: very low 3.Amed, Elêzîz, Riha, n: 13, confidence: low 4.Colemerg, Duhok, Mêrdîn, Şengal, Şirnex, n: 9, confidence: very low 5.Çewlig, Mûş n: 8, confidence: very low 6.Dêrsim, n: 55, confidence: high 7.Erzingan, Erzirom, Sewas, n: 10, confidence: low 8.Hewlêr, n: 6, confidence: very low 9.Îlam, Kirmaşan, Baghdad, n: 35, confidence: medium 10.Kerkûk, Silêmanî, n:14, confidence: low 11.Konya, Ankara, n: 44, confidence: high 12.Meledî, Semsûr, n: 6, confidence: very low 13.Sine, n: 86, confidence: very high N total: 300 Region code:
Updated: 10.06.2017 Today, I want to present some Kurdish tribes Y-DNA haplogroup results across the Kurdistan. Thanks to project admin of Dersim DNA Project for his work. For Dêrsim region I've used Nuri Dêrsimî's nomenclature for the tribes from his book "Dêrsim in the history of Kurdistan" (1952) Not to forget to mention we have a new blog called FeyliDnaProject.blogspot. We received many Feyli results thanks to him. Also checkout the Feyli.se website if you want to learn more about Feyli Kurdish tribes mentioned below.