Mother and Father are usually signed as the letters M and
F of the BSL-alphabet (which can be found in the BSL
SignPuddle). And have have seen Dad being signed as the
> Thank you, Val!
> I'll forward these links to the director. It would be
> transcribing anything that's in a signed language I don't
> know ... but
> I'll give it a go, and will trust in the power if wiki
> that if I get
> it very wrong, some BSL speaker will improve on it.
> On 4/12/10, SignWriting <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> SignWriting List
>> April 12, 2010
>> Hello Kim!
>> I am not a BSL signer, however, on the web, there are
>> video dictionaries.
>> For example, if you visit this site:
>> you can find signs in BSL...
>> but they require that you register...but it is free I
>> believe - I would
>> assume they have the signs you need, and then it would
>> be great if you would
>> write them in the BSL SignPuddle for us!
>> Good luck with your project!
>> Val ;-)
>> On Apr 12, 2010, at 10:27 AM, Kimberley Shaw wrote:
>>> Hello all:
>>> the director of a play on my campus needs to know, and
>>> quite soon:
>>> how do you sign "mom" and "dad" in BSL? I see "father"
>>> in the BLS
>>> puddle, but not "mother", and don't know how much
>>> different from
>>> either of those the more casual mom/dad would be.
>>> If someone can add these to Puddle quickly, the actors
>>> and director
>>> would be very, very glad!
>>> Best of luck with the email migration, a very big
>>> change, that ...
>>> Kim from Boston