Sign Language: Ugandan Sign Language

Subclassification references
Comments on subclassification

Although BSL was the first sign language used in deaf schools that lead up to the present Ugandan Sign language, comments on language influence ( Sam Lutalo-Kiingi and Goedele A. M. De Clerck 2015: 814-815 , Lutalo Kiingi, Sam 2014: 30-33 , Kamei, Nobutaka 2004: 48 , Dorothy Lule and Lars Wallin 2010: 121-122 , Wallin, Lars and Dorothy Lule and Sam Lutalo and Bonnie Busingye 2006: 16 ) appear to downplay this part which leaves ASL as the most probable main progenitor. A systematic lexical investigation remains to be done.

AES status:
not endangered
David M. Eberhard and Gary F. Simons and Charles D. Fennig 2024
Ugandan Sign Language (ugn-ugn) = 5 (Developing). Recognized language (1995, Constitution, Article XXIV(d)).
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