Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
February 21, 2024

Search: DRAMA

Entry ID Book Source Reference Gloss Author’s gloss Description Page URL
283Higgins (1923) DRAMAENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENT: Both vertical palms frontward and moved up and down alternately. (Show) (Drama).53hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=283&refid=higgins1923
361Long (1918) DRAMAPLAY, THEATER, ACTINGTo signify a play at the theater or acting, hold "A" hands in front, perpendicular; move up and down alternately. The open hand may also be used instead of the "A" hand.49hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=361&refid=long1918
Tag ID Signer(Year) Reference Gloss   Context Segment URL
596Hotchkiss (1913) DRAMA~AGENTN/A3P-IX-DUAL TRUE SAME DRAMA~AGENT AND(rf) DISTRIBUTE MUCH APPRECIATE TO CHILDREN57hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=hotchkiss&glossid=596
503Veditz (1913) DRAMAN/A1P-IX-PL(1P-to-arc-to-1P) HAVE THAT(2h, rc) AMOUNT MONEY, 1P-IX-PL(1P-to-arc-to-1P) CAN HAVE DRAMA IN SIGN, CAN HAVE(rf) PREACH+++ IN SIGN, CAN(1h) HAVE(rf) LECTURE++ IN SIGN.46hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=veditz&glossid=503