Chironomy

Chi·ron'o·my noun [ Greek ...; chei`r hand + ... to manage.] The art of moving the hands in oratory or in pantomime; gesture [ Obsolete]
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Chironomy

• (n.) The art of moving the hands in oratory or in pantomime; gesture
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chironomy

(from the article `musical performance`) ...between music and religion, the presence of a musical profession, some secular musical activity, and similar musical instruments. Of special ...
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chironomy

cheironomy, chironomy The art of moving the hands in oratory or in pantomime; gestures made with the hands; pantomimic.
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chironomy

gesticulation or mime
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