same as American sign language, the sign language used in the US.
(Pronounced â€œA-S-L.â€) American Sign Language, the signed language used by deaf and hard-of-hearing people throughout North America, with the exception of Quebec.
A natural visual-gestural language with syntax, structure, and grammar rules different from English.
the principal sign language used in the United States by Deaf people and their conversation partners; it is a different language from British Sign Language and is also different from SIGNED ENGLISH.
The programming-language equivalent for AML. ASL is compiled into AML images. The ASL statements are defined in section 15 of the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface Specification.
A visual language used as a primary means of communication by the deaf in the United States.
AUV Scripting Language
sign language system often used among deaf adults in the United States. ASL has its own grammatical structure that is different from English.
American Sign Language. A visual-gestural language produced on the hands, face, and body. It is not derived from spoken language and it differs from English in vocabulary, grammar, and inflection. Non-manual markers, such as use of space, facial expression, body movement, body posture, directionality, and rate of sign, contribute to the meaning of the message. ASL is used in the United States and in some parts of Canada.
Considered the native language and primary source of communication by many in the deaf community.
American Sign Language. see Code
American Sign Language. Manual (hand) language with its own syntax and grammar used primarily by people who are deaf.
American Sign Language. ASL, sometimes called Ameslan, is the most common of several signed languages used by the Deaf to communicate in North America. ASL is a completely different language from English or French; it has its own grammar and syntax and involves well-defined hand and arm movements that represent concepts. Grammar and syntax can be conveyed by facial expression. Common gestures are not part of ASL and there is no such thing as a functioning universal signed language.
American Sign Language. Used by many deaf to communicate, this is a language of gestures and hand symbols that expresses words and concepts.
American Sign Language (see BSL).
American Sign Language. ASL is the natural language of deaf people. ASL has its own syntax and grammatical structure and is the fourth most commonly used language in the U.S.
ACPI source language. The programming language for AML. ASL source code is compiled into AML images.
American Sign Language. The manual-visual language system of deaf persons in America.
American Sign Language. A sign-language system for the deaf that uses specific hand gestures in relation to the upper body for communication purposes.
American sign language. Comprised of expressive hand signals, this language of the deaf has proven to be a useful skill for underwater communication between recreational divers.
American Sign Language. A method of communicating by using hand signs. Each sign represents one word or a concept that is typically expressed with several spoken words. For words that do not have a sign, fingerspelling is used.