Chirology

• (n.) The art or practice of using the manual alphabet or of communicating thoughts by sings made by the hands and fingers; a substitute for spoken or written language in intercourse with the deaf and dumb. See Dactylalogy.
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Chirology

Chi·rol'o·gy noun [ Greek chei`r hand + -logy .] The art or practice of using the manual alphabet or of communicating thoughts by sings made by the hands and fingers; a substitute for spoken or written language in intercourse with the deaf and dumb. See Dactylalogy .
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chirology

cheirology, chirology 1. The technique of communicating by signs made with the hands and fingers; especially, in the manual alphabets used by the deaf and mute. 2. The study of the hand. 3. Telling fortunes by lines on the palm of the hand; synonyms: palmistry, palm reading, chiromancy.
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chirology

study of the hands
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chirology

Synonym for dactylology ... The use of the finger alphabet in talking. ... Synonym: cheirology, chirology, chirology. ... Origin: dactylo-+ G. Logos, word ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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