Hungarian Sign Language


Hungarian Sign Language

language
name=Hungarian Sign Language
nativename=Magyar Jelnyelv
states=Hungary
region=Throughout Hungary, with possibly a few signers in western Romania
signers=60,000
family=Related to Austrian Sign Language and German Sign Language; some possible connections with Yugoslavian Sign Language
iso2=sgn-HU
iso3=hsh

Hungarian Sign Language is the sign language of Hungary.

External links

* [http://www.hallatlan.hu/en/ Dictionary of Hungarian Sign Language (with English Translation)]
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
] , the author of the Dictionary, in Polish. Hallatlan Foundation works on inclusion of people with hearing disability, their access to information and popularization of sign language.


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