Signs for RIGHT
The English word right has multiple meanings. Use different ASL words for other meanings.
Meaning: In accordance with what is good, proper, or just; true or correct as a fact.
Question: What is the difference between signing once and twice in RIGHT?
Contextual variations. The best way to learn the subtle differences in contexts is to immerse in ASL conversations with Deaf people.
Regarding "the right-hand part, side, or direction", see RIGHT, RIGHT-SIDED.
For any basic legal, social, or ethical right or freedom to which all human beings are entitled, including rights to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law, see HUMAN RIGHTS.
Deaf Culture and tidbits
Deaf/Sign Language Art
An ASL speaker would easily identify this signed word as RIGHT/CORRECT in ASL. It's a cross-cultural interpretation. The truth is that this watercolor painting is based on the Deaf Nepali child signing "TEACHER" in Nepali Sign Language at a school for the deaf in Nepal. Unlike RIGHT in ASL where the contact is the palm of both hands, the contact for TEACHER in Nepali SL is at the wrist line.