Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
February 21, 2024


Entry ID Book Source Reference Gloss Author’s gloss Description Page URL
441Higgins (1923) INTERFEREINTERRUPTINTERRUPT: Right hand edgewise, brought down sharply across left supine palm. (Interfere) (Come between) (Intercept) (Stop: Same sign, but if a motion is to be stopped both hands move against the motion's direction, as they are struck together.)80hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=441&refid=higgins1923
265Long (1918) INTERFEREINTERRUPT, INTERFERE WITH, COME BETWEENINTERRUPT, INTERFERE WITH, COME BETWEEN: Bring left "C" hand up with the opening of "C" toward self; throw the right open hand edgewise between the thumb and forefinger, repeating several times.40hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=265&refid=long1918
Tag ID Signer(Year) Reference Gloss   Context Segment URL
584Gallaudet (1910) INTERFEREN/AHAVE ROCK~cl-d-trace:BB(up-mountain) cl-d-trace:B(surrounding-land) SEE~KEEP FREE FROM INTERFERE(rep2x)51hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=gallaudet&glossid=584
187McGregor (1913) INTERFERE-1PN/AROCK~cl-d:55(mountain,lt) DRY~cl-d:55(spread,rt) LIQUID-CLASS~cl-d:55(ocean)-to-gs:SPREAD(ctr) INTERFERE-1P++(rt-to-lt) GOING+(lt-to-rt) 20hsldb.georgetown.edu/films/tablefilm.php?source=mcgregor_sermon&glossid=187