kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu May 10 04:01:33 UTC 2007
>That is interesting, because it was my understanding that all of the
>initial base signs for SEE were in fact ASL and then they initialized
>these base signs to derive words of similar meaning or sound in English.
>So it is very possible ... maybe probable that these signs were ASL first
>but because of association with SEE and the fact that SEE emphasized
>initialization, they were rejected along with SEE initialized signs.
I believe that's exactly what happened! :-) Only a few of these
traditionally initialized signs are still generally accepted, e.g. WATER.
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