Movement Description – the designated handshapes in front of the right shoulder move forward by rolling over each other in an alternating movement. “Reverse the movement” means the designated handshapes start off in front of the body and roll back to the right shoulder. Watch my daughter-in-law, Sara, do the signs!
Open Hands for ancestors (reverse the movement)
G Hands for generation
H Hands for heritage, heredity
L Hands for legend, legendary (reverse the movement)
T Hands for tradition, traditional
Visit Mime Signs Dictionary and Sign Families by NeoHear authored by Lois N Maroney for an updated video.
Added to this sign family are the following signs: C Hands for civilization and Flattened O Hands for hand down, hand-me-down, inheritance, and pass down.