Word-Descriptions Posted on Web
Sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Tue Sep 10 20:53:39 UTC 2002
September 10, 2002
Dear SignWriting List Members, and Charles:
Thank you for the question below, Charles. I have now posted the Word
Descriptions on the web. Go to SymbolBank:
There you will see three new buttons...which will take you to the
Word Descriptions etc,,,
SSS-2002 Visual Listing is one of those buttons. Click on that button
and it will take you to the SSS-2002 that shows you the exact
positions of those Word Descriptions.
Yes, Charles, I have enough work creating 14,000 GIFs...right now I
have 12,000 done. That is why I had to limit the amount of symbols in
That is why every couple of years I will post a new sequence with
more symbols added...There are many movement symbols missing from the
SSS-2002 also, but we have plenty to work with and most of those
symbols are DanceWriting of MovementWriting related -
So just include your Brazilian handshape in your sequence in your
dictionary - that way no one is deprived ...
>I am curious in going through the SSS-2002 for the
>"noiva" handshape which we had discussed while
>Marianne Stumpf and I were working in Brasil.
>I find the "Ring Finger Down" (which I suppose would
>be touching the tip of the thumb or held down, the
>"Ring Finger" which would stick the ring finger out,
>and "Ring Baby" which has all three of the other
>fingers and the thumb down.
>Our "noiva" hand would be, I suppose, Ring Finger
>I hope you are able to put this in the SSS-2007.
>> 07. Group 01-07: Ring Finger
>> Ring Finger Down
>> Ring Finger
>> Ring Baby
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