It looks like you've been positive (or almost positive) in every celiac disease test you've had done so far... You definitely belong here. Welcome to the club. LOL
I'm not sure what your Tissue Transglutaminase is; my guess would be the tTG IgG and it is quite positive.
The Gliadin Peptide Ab IgG is the DGP IgG and you are very close to being positive.
IGA is the total serum IgA which checkes to ensure you make enough IgA for the IgA based tests (ie. tTG IgA) to be accurate - and you do.
Transglutaminase Ab IgA is the tTG IgA and you are very positive in that - over 5 times above normal.
Endomysial IgA is the EMA IgA. It is a titire that is diluted every titration. A titatration less than 1:10 is normal. After that the titrations double each time (1:20, 1:40, 1:80, 1:160). Yours is very positive. The EMA IgA is extremely specific to celiac disease; I think it's about 98-100% of positive tests are caused by celiac disease.
You have very definite and clear results (which most people around here do not seem to get). I hope that makes the transition to the gluten-free diet easier for you knowing the need for it.
You may want to request nutrient testing. Many celiacs are deficient in: Ca, Fe, Mg, K, D, A, B12, zinc, Cu. keep an eye out for thyroid problems as they are commonly associated with celiac disease. The TSH, free T3 and free T4, and TPO Ab are good thyroid tests. Diabetes (T1) is another to keep an eye out for.
Best wishes and welcome to the boards!