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fin·ger·spell·ing
[fing-ger-spel-ing]
NOUN
1.
the communication in sign language of a word or other expression by rendering its written form letter by letter in a manual alphabet.
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Fingerspelling - Wikipedia

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Fingerspelling (or dactylology) is the representation of the letters of a writing system, and sometimes numeral systems, using only the hands. These manual ...

Dr. Bill Vicars' American Sign Language (ASL) Fingerspelling ...

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Free American Sign Language (ASL) Fingerspelling Practice Site.

Fingerspell - ASL Pro

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Test your knowledge of ASL Fingerspell. QuizMe! offers three speeds to test your fingerspell reading ability.

Fingerspelling introduction - American Sign Language (ASL)

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Welcome: This course will help you become proficient at American Sign Language (ASL) fingerspelling and numbering. The course is intended for Hearing adult ...

Sign language alphabet | Fingerspelling - HandSpeak

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Learn how to fingerspell using some manual alphabets.

Fingerspelling receptive practice - HandSpeak

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Practice your fingerspelling receptive skill using fingerspelled words, fingerspelled loans, and abbreviations in real life.

Fingerspell.net - Fingerspelling Practice

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ASL receptive fingerspelling practice. Free for Deaf and hearing students of American Sign Language.

Fingerspelling in American Sign Language: How and when to use it |

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As you are learning sign language, you need to master the skill of American Sign Language fingerspelling (spelling out words by hand one letter at a time).