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    A·mer·i·can Sign Lan·guage
    /əˈmerəkən sīn ˈlaNGɡwij/

    noun

    • 1. a form of sign language developed in the US and used also in English-speaking parts of Canada.

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  2. American Sign Language Dictionary Search and compare thousands of words and phrases in American Sign Language (ASL). The largest collection of video signs online. Recently searched words ice cream mustn't Thursday charabanc score experience blitz buster spirit wife here mom become shot make campus cereal take do gymnastics backward mission

  3. American Sign Language Dictionary. American Sign Language is different from spoken languages because it is a visual language and it is difficult, if not impossible to learn ASL from a book alone. Static images on a page and text just do not convey the flow and motion of the language. Using Signing Savvy's video dictionary and related tools can help you learn and practice sign language. It is also a great reference to use when you need to know a particular sign.

  4. This dictionary is not exhaustive; the ASL signs are constantly added to the dictionary. If you don't find the word/sign, you can send your request via email. Browse the alphabetical letters or search a signed word above. Regional variation: there may be regional variations of some ASL words across the regions of North America.

  5. Nov 4, 1998 · A must for parents, instructors, and students, American Sign Language Dictionary includes everything you need to know to communicate clearly using ASL. This illustrated abridgment of the most authoritative reference book on sign language features more than 5,000 signs and 8,000 illustrations, as well as clear, detailed instructions to help you master each sign.

    • Paperback
    • Martin L.A. Sternberg
  6. Signed languages are not a universal language; sign languages, such as British Sign Language (BSL) and French Sign Language (LSF), are distinct languages throughout the world. American Sign Language (ASL) is the primary language of Deaf people in Deaf communities and Deaf families across the United States and Canada. It's also a fast-growing. popular second language or foreign language for hearing people in North America.

  7. Directional signs are signs that describe both the action and who performed the action. By changing the directionality of the sign, the meaning is changed. So when you are describing who helped whom, you change the direction of the sign. When signing HELP (as in, "someone helping me") the sign starts away from the body and moves toward the body. The motion of starting away and moving in toward the body, or toward “me,” represents that someone is helping me (the signer).

  8. American Sign Language is constantly adapting to the needs of Deaf people, our families, and those with whom we associate. To use this dictionary, at the top of this page click the first letter of the word you are seeking. That will load the links into the left hand side of the page. Then scroll down to the word you are looking for and click on it.

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