Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
March 4, 2024


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162Long (1918) HUSH~BURDENENDURE, SUFFERENDURE, SUFFER (bear or carry a burden): Press the forefinger against the lips; then move hands up the shoulder as if holding the end of something resting thereon; bring the shoulders and hands forward a little simultaneously as if carrying a burden. Some place the thumb in position of letter "A" against the lips instead of the forefinger. V,83.29hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=162&refid=long1918
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