Manual alphabet

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A manual alphabet is a series of handshapes that correspond exactly to the letters in the alphabet of a language so that words can be 'writting in air' by being spelled out using the hands. American Sign Language uses a one handed manual alphabet while British Sign Langugage uses a two-handed one.

See Also: Sign language fingerspelling