Armenian Sign Language
Armenian Sign Language is the deaf sign language of Armenia. It is not known if it bears any relationship to Armenian Women's Sign Language, which was used by Armenian women during periods of mourning...
Diyari language
Diyari or Dieri /ˈdɪəri/ is an Australian Aboriginal language of South Australia.Dirari (extinct late 20th century) was a dialect. Pirlatapa (extinct by the 1960s) may have been as well; data is poor....
Monastic sign languages
Monastic sign languages have been used in Europe from at least the 10th century by Christian monks, and some, such as Cistercian and Trappist sign, are still in use today—not only in Europe but also i...
Warlpiri Sign Language
Warlpiri Sign Language is a sign language used by the Warlpiri, an Aboriginal community in the central desert region of Australia. It is one of the most elaborate, and certainly the most studied, of a...
Ngarrindjeri language
Ngarrindjeri (also Yaraldi, Yaralde Tingar) or Narrinyeri (also written Ngarinyeri) was the language of the Ngarrindjeri people of southern South Australia.Ngarrindjerri is Pama–Nyungan. Bowern (2011)...
Plains Indian Sign Language
The Plains Indian sign languages (PISL) are various manually coded languages used, or formerly used, by various Native Americans of the Great Plains of the United States of America and Canada. The bes...
Kalkatungu language
Kalkatungu (also written Kalkutungu, Galgadungu, Kalkutung, Kalkadoon, Galgaduun) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language formerly spoken around the area of Mount Isa, Queensland.
Apart from ...
Plateau Sign Language
Plateau Sign Language, or Old Plateau Sign Language, is a poorly attested sign language historically used in British Columbia. It is not clear if it was a regional variant of Plains Standard Sign Lang...
Australian Aboriginal sign languages
Many Australian Aboriginal cultures have or traditionally had a manually coded language, a sign-language counterpart of their oral language. This appears to be connected with various speech taboos bet...
Australian Aboriginal sign languages - Wikipedia
Pitta Pitta language
Pitta Pitta (also known under several other spellings) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language. It was spoken around Boulia, Queensland.
The name pituri for the plant Duboisia hopwoodii and t...