Movement Description – the designated handshapes, one on top of the other, reverse positions.
A Hands for adjust, adjustment, alter, adapt, change, (Increase your sign vocabulary and use this same sign for: switch, shift, turn. They are not shown on video however also signed with the A handshape)
F Hands for interpret, interpreting
T Hands for translate, translation, transform, transformation
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Added to this sign family are the following signs: E Hands for encode, evolution, R Hands for repent, repentance, reverse, X Hands for change (alternate sign), Open Hands for become, turn into, C Hands for convert (slight variation), D hands for decode (slight variation), M Hands for modification, modify (slight variation) and R hands for renovate, renovation, remodel and restore (slight variation).