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Wikipedia says “A sign language (also signed language) is a language which chiefly uses manual communication to convey meaning, as opposed to acoustically conveyed sound patterns. And This can involve simultaneously combining hand shapes, orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, and facial expressions to express a speaker’s thoughts. Sign languages share many similarities with spoken languages (sometimes called “oral languages”, which depend primarily on sound), which is why linguists consider both to be natural languages.”
Some history of Sign Language:
Before the 19th century, we know about historical sign languages from the manual alphabets (fingerspelling systems). And these were invented to facilitate transfer of words from a spoken language to a sign language, rather than documentation of the language itself.
In 1620, Juan Pablo Bonet published Reducción de las letras y arte para enseñar a hablar a los mudos (‘Reduction of letters and art for teaching mute people to speak’) in Madrid. Thus This is the first modern treatise of sign language phonetics, setting out a method of oral education for deaf people and a manual alphabet.
Manual alphabets became useful in Britan for a number of purposes. They facilitated secret communication, public speaking, or communication by deaf people. In 1648, John Bulwer described “Master Babington”, a deaf man, “contrived on the joints of his fingers”. Master Babingtons’ wife could converse with him easily, even in the dark, through the use of tactile signing.“