Printable ASL

Search Tips and Pointers

Filter word: Enter a keyword in the search box to check out a list of obtainable words with the "All" selection. Click on the web page number if needed. Click on the blue connect to look up the word.

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For finest result, enter a parial word to see variations of the word.

Alphabetical letters: It"s valuable for 1) a single-letter word (such as A, B, etc.) and 2) very brief words (e.g. "to", "he", etc.) to narrowhead dvery own the words and pages in the list.

For ideal result, enter a brief word in the search box, then select the alphetical letter (and also web page number if needed), and also click the blue connect.

Don"t forobtain to click "All" back as soon as you search an additional word via a various initial letter.

If you cannot discover (possibly overlook) a word yet you deserve to still watch a list of links, then save looking until the links disappear! Practice your alphabetical index ability or eye-sharpening. :)

Add a Word: This dictionary is not exhaustive; ASL indicators are constantly added to the dictionary. If you do not discover a word/sign, you have the right to sfinish your research (just if a single attach doesn"t show in the result).

Videos: The initially video may be NOT the answer you"re looking for. There are numerous indicators for different definitions, contexts, and/or variations. Browsing all the way dvery own to the following search box is extremely recommended.

Grammar: ASL has its own grammar and also structure in sentences that works differently from English. For plurals, verb inflections, word order, etc., learn grammar in the "ASL Learn" section. For searching signed words in the dictionary, usage the present-time verbs and base words. If you look for "said", look up the word "say". Likewise, if you look for an adjective word, try the noun or vice versa. E.g. The ASL indications for French and France are the same. If you look for a plural word, usage a singular word.

Variation: Some ASL indicators have neighborhood (and also generational) variations across The United States and Canada. Some widespread variations are contained as much as possible, however for specifically regional variations, communicate through your neighborhood community to learn their regional variations.

Inflection: Many type of ASL words, especially verbs, in the dictionary are a "base"; be mindful that many kind of of them are grammatically inflectable within ASL sentences. Some entries have sentence examples.

Contextual meaning: Some ASL signs in the dictionary may not mean the same in various conmessages and/or ASL sentences. You will see some examples in video sentences.

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ASL is exceptionally much alive and also inabsolutely constructable as any spoken language. The ideal way to use ASL appropriate is to immerse in day-to-day language interactions and also conversations through Deaf/Ameslan people (or ASLians).