AW: Greek Finger spelling Posted

Adam Frost seniorafrost at HOTMAIL.COM
Sat Feb 28 01:32:12 UTC 2004

Hello List,

I had the same question. What is the contact with and in between in the
Greek letter theta? I am very interested in this. I was going to ask you
(Val) if you had any infomation on Greek fingerspelling, but you mention
that you were going to post that infomation. That is just great!! The reason
is because in my math class, we use many Greek letters. I have made up some
signs for some of them, but I was wondering how deaf in Greece sign them.
So, if someone could explain theta, I would really appreciate it. :-)

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From: Stefan Woehrmann <stefanwoehrmann at GEBAERDENSCHRIFT.DE>
Reply-To: stefanwoehrmann at
Subject: AW: Greek Finger spelling Posted
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 22:14:53 +0100

Hi Valerie,

can you explain the "touch between" of the "Index- Middle Unit" o1 - 02 -
003 -

(between what??? ) Just curious -

Stefan ;-))

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Von: SignWriting List [mailto:SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA]Im Auftrag von
Valerie Sutton
Gesendet: Freitag, 27. Februar 2004 00:48
Betreff: Greek Fingerspelling Posted

SignWriting List
February 26, 2004

Dear SW List:
Finally, after several years, I have designed a section on our web site
for SignWriting in Greece. These files were given to me in 2001, and I
am very grateful to the Greek researchers at the University of
Macedonia, who typed and prepared them. Thank you for your patience! I
have created a Fingerspelling chart on the web showing Greek
Fingerspelling. Go to:

SignWriting in Greece

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