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In general, the wide hand does most of the movement.  The base hand is usually either out of the picture, mirrors what the wide hand is doing, or is used as a prop to stand on top of, pull on, or pantomime against.


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onns-o = zero
on = O handshape
n = hand at chin height (away from body)
s = palm facing base side
-o = move hand out

psr-bedtd-oy = enough
ps- = base hand S handshape
r-= base palm facing wide side
be = wide hand open-B handshape
d = wide palm facing down
td = wide hand touching down onto base hand
-o = move wide hand out
y = repeat movement

bers-dd = person
be = base and wide hands open-B handshapes
rs = base palm facing wide side, wide palm facing base side
-dd = move base and wide hands down

knrstd-rs = worse
kn = base and wide hands K handshapes
rs = base palm facing wide side, wide hand facing base side
td = wide hand touching down onto base hand
-rs = move base hand to wide side, wide hand to base side

lbrs-rsy = hurt
lb = base and wide hands bent-1 handshapes
rs = base palm facing wide side, wide hand facing base side
-rs = move base hand to wide side, wide hand to base side
y = repeat movement

qeni-zy = prefer
qe = open-8 handshape
n = hand at chin height
i = palm facing in
-z = move hand onto body
y = repeat movement

lnud-tsyh = friend
ln = 1 handshape
ud = base palm facing up, wide palm facing down
-ts = move wide hand to touch base side onto base hand
yh = repeat movement switching hands

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