Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
June 16, 2024


Entry ID Book Source Reference Gloss Author’s gloss Description Page URL
218Long (1918) HUSH~QUIETQUIET, CALM, STILL, NOISELESSQUIET, CALM, STILL, NOISELESS: Place the forefinger on the lips; bring the other extended hand up in front of you, and then bring the hand away from the mouth, extended, until it is just over the other; then move both away in opposite directions toward the sides, palms down. VI,119.35hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=218&refid=long1918
Tag ID Signer(Year) Reference Gloss   Context Segment URL
113Draper (1915) HUSH~QUIETN/Afs:IF 1P-IX fs:COULD TAKE-UP(ctr-to-rt) SEVERAL(2h) HEAVY(int) INSULT++(-to-1P) COME(1h) HERE TO 1P-IX NOW STILL(2h) TIME-PERIOD (false_start) COLLECT TIME-PERIOD HUSH~QUIET THINKING, 1P-IX APPRECIATE SEEK THAT(1h) ASK-QUESTION ABOUT ESTABLISH COLLEGE DEAF. 13hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=draper&glossid=113
258Hubbard (1913) HUSH~QUIETN/ABUT LAST 3P-IX(rt) BRING(rt-to-ctr) FROM(rt) HOUSE~WHITE(rt) THROUGH(-to-lt) cl-p:44(in-2-rows,dn_lt) THERE(lt) cl-p:BonB(lined-up-on-ea-side-of-road,lt) MALE(rf)~FEMALE(rf)~PEOPLE HUSH~QUIET CRY+(1h).29hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hubbard&glossid=258