Hungarian manual alphabet
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The Hungarian Manual Alphabet (or a magyar ujjábécé in Hungarian) is used for fingerspelling in Hungarian Sign Language. The most common is the one-handed alphabet near the face, but an adapted LSF-style alphabet is sometimes employed.
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