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There could be multiple ASL words to one English word. Each ASL word is a separate entry, even if the English gloss is identical, in which case numbers will be used to distinguish them.

For example, ASL words are displayed to represent the sign (e.g. HORN (noun – on animal) HORN (noun – in car) and HORN (noun - musical instrument).

There could be multiple English words to one ASL word.

There is only one gloss for one signed word, with multiple English words in brackets, separated by semi-colons (e.g. (body; human).

Cross-references based on ASL single words. For example: Unhappy in English = Not + Happy in ASL and so it will not appear in the dictionary since it is more than one ASL word.