Non-Dominant Hand

In sign language, your non-dominant hand plays a supporting role. Sometimes, it stays still and doesn't do anything. Other times, it helps your dominant hand by holding a position or making a sign clearer. It may also mirror the movements of your dominant hand, moving in the same way but on the opposite side. While it's not the main hand you use for signing, your non-dominant hand is still important for making your signs clear and complete.