Historical Sign Language Database
Georgetown University
February 24, 2024

Search: SALT

BOOKS:
Entry ID Book Source Reference Gloss Author’s gloss Description Page URL
678Higgins (1923) SALTSALTSALT: Right index and middle tips to the lips, palms inward, and then struck onto the back of the left index and middle, both hands prone.119hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=678&refid=higgins1923
776Long (1918) SALTSALTSALT: Place the end of the right "H" hand against the lips; bring it away and down with a twist turning the palm side down and strike the end against the back end of the left "H" hand. XVI,308.87hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=776&refid=long1918
506Michaels (1923) SALTSALTSALT: 1. Strike on the back of your left index and middle fingers with the palm of your right index and middle fingers. 2. Put the fingers to the mouth and taste. Show satisfaction.110hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=506&refid=michaels1923
511Michaels (1923) SALT~cl-d:55(ocean)SEASEA: 1. Make the sign for salt. 2. Move the turned down palms in a waving or up and down way out forward from you.110hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=511&refid=michaels1923
425Michaels (1923) SALT~INITIAL-W~cl:55(ocean)OCEANOCEAN: 1. Sign salt and water. 2. Place the tips of the index finger and thumb of each hand together. 3. Move the hands in a waving and round about way in front of you.96hsldb.georgetown.edu/books/book-window.php?id=425&refid=michaels1923
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