A chart of sign language writing digits
These handshape primes found in ASL (American Sign Language) are the smallest units of language (ASL). This set of handshape primes is called "handshape paramater".
A single ASL word/sign is made up of these five parameters: handshape, movement, location, palm orientation, and non-manual marker. Each parameter has a number of primes. E.g. there are over 45 handshape primes.
ASL handshape chart
The sign language handshape chart is organized into categories from "O" to "10" using the Lapiak/Handspeak categorization system. Each handshape prime contains digits from ASLwrite and and si5s.
2-close or 2-u
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