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Deaf and dumb alphabet
Alphabet Al"pha*bet, n. [L. alphabetum, fr. Gr. ? + ?, the first two Greek letters; Heb. [=a]leph and beth: cf. F. alphabet.] 1. The letters of a language arranged in the customary order; the series of letters or signs which form the elements of written language. 2. The simplest rudiments; elements. The very alphabet of our law. --Macaulay. Deaf and dumb alphabet. See Dactylology.

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- the Deaf," p. 50 Gallaudet, Edward M. (1886). "History of the education of the deaf in the United States". American Annals of the Deaf and Dumb. 31 (2):...
- used in deaf education and have subsequently been adopted as a distinct part of a number of sign languages. There are about forty manual alphabets around...
- voice or tongue, and wanted to communicate with one another, should we not, like the deaf and dumb, make signs with the hands and head and the rest of the...
- Didascalocophus, or, The deaf and dumb mans tutor, in which he presented his own method of deaf education, including an "arthrological" alphabet, where letters...
- The history of deaf people and deaf culture make up deaf history. The Deaf culture is a culture that is centered on sign language and relationships among...
- deaf children in the bilingual English/French book, A collection of the Most Remarkable Definitions and Answers of M****ieu and Clerc, Deaf and Dumb....
- for ships (sea for ships) C for yourself (see for yourself) D for dumb (deaf or dumb) D for 'cate (defecate) D for 'mation (deformation) D for 'ential...
- New York School for the Deaf was chartered in 1817 as the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, and opened its first classes...
- manual alphabets or modifying sign languages used by deaf-sighted people. See for example Helen Keller National Center, LightHouse for the Blind and Visually...
- Deaf peddlers are Deaf people who sell to the wider public manual alphabet cards, keychains, nail clippers, pencils and pens, national flags, or receipts...