The sign for "hour" represents the movement of
the "minute hand" of a clock going around one-time. Assuming you are right
The right hand is the "minute" hand.
The left hand is the face of the clock.
Sample sentence: "How many hours
equals one day?"
Here is another version of hour. I don't do this version much because
I don't need the stress on my joints and I'm not a fan of "carpal tunnel
HOUR (twisting wrist version)
The sign "HOUR" can make use of "numerical
incorporation." To sign "2 hours" you can "incorporate" the
"two" handshape into the sign for "hour."
You can express the concept of a
"half hour" by showing the minute hand having moved "half way" (or 30
the face of a clock.