Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
February 23, 2024

Search: HOT

Entry ID Book Source Reference Gloss Author’s gloss Description Page URL
409Higgins (1923) HOTHOTHOT: Bent fingers, palm inward, around mouth as if to take something from it, hand turned suddenly to palm outward as if to drop the hot article. (Warm: same sign made more slowly).74hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=409&refid=higgins1923
171Long (1918) HOTHOTHOT: Bring the hand up to the mouth with fingers crooked as if ready to take something from it; suddenly draw it away and turn it over as if dropping something from it in haste. Excessive summer heat is indicated by same sign as for warm (drawing forefinger across forehead) made with a good deal of emphasis.31hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=171&refid=long1918
301Michaels (1923) HOTHOTHOT: 1. Put the palm of your hand with the fingers bent into the mouth. 2. Breathe hot breath in the hand. 3. Move the hand quickly from the mouth and throw it downward in a jerking manner.75hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=301&refid=michaels1923
Tag ID Signer(Year) Reference Gloss   Context Segment URL
15Erd (1913) HOTN/AWITH EAT gs:NOTHING HUNGRY HOT gs:FEVER, FEMALE~cl-d:B(height,rt) cl:BB(lay-there,lt) DET-IX(lt) LOVE, 2hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=erd&glossid=15
370Erd (1913) HOT~FEVERN/AEARTH(rt) HERE(rt) EAT gs:NOTHING HUNGRY HOT~gs:FEVER GRIEVE(bow) HEART HARM BODY THIN cl-d:BB(thin-body) TIRED.37hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=erd&glossid=370