dactylology definition

  • noun:
    • the utilization of the hands and arms to communicate and communicate some ideas, as in the manual alphabet used by hearing-impaired and speech-impaired men and women.
    • the application of the fingers and hands to communicate ideas, especially because of the deaf.
    • the skill of communicating tips by certain movements and roles associated with the fingers; -- a way of conversing practiced because of the deaf-and-dumb.
    • the skill of interacting a few ideas or conversing because of the fingers; the language of the deaf-and-dumb. See deafmute.
    • employing the hands and hands to communicate and express tips, such as the manual alphabet employed by hearing-impaired and speech-impaired men and women.
    • the employment of the fingers and arms to communicate tips, particularly by the deaf.
    • The art of communicating ideas by specific moves and roles of hands; -- a way of conversing practiced because of the deaf-and-dumb.
    • The art of interacting some ideas or conversing because of the fingers; the language for the deaf and dumb. See deafmute.

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