The index finger is extended with the thumb and other fingers touching at the tips to form a circle.
This handshape is used very rarely in BSL. However, as this handshape expresses the letter d in the Irish and American manual alphabets, it is used in initial letter handshape signs which are borrowed from Irish Sign Language (ISL) and American Sign Language (ASL). Examples include do and daughter from ISL and Dallas from ASL.
|Gd||The index finger is extended with the thumb and other fingers touching at the tips to form a circle.|