gd and ge: Notations for Verb
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gd : The base line connects the middle high left edge of the frame, the central three fourth
high position and the middle high right edge, symbolizing the energy to be going to stand up by itself.

hand sign:
Open the extended thumb, index and middle fingers; the back of hand faces to the reader.

name: yo sound of yolk without [u] in the vowel ( ヨ )

ASCII: E (as the partner base of e )

definition (grammar): d-verb symbol

This grammatical notation is for forming a d-verb:
meaning that the subject becomes in the condition shown by the following character/phrase;
or the subject does the following action.
The detail is here.

ge : Opposite shape of #gd, symbolizing some pushing force.

hand sign:
Open and extend the thumb, index and middle fingers; the palm side faces to the reader.

name: e of echo ( エ )

e (the same phonetic function)

phonetic value: a vowel [e] (the simplified picture of the mouth when pronouncing [e])

definition (grammar): e-verb symbol
This is for forming an e-verb: meaning that the subject lets the -headed person/thing
into the condition shown by the following characters. The detail is here.
Verb-base overlays (Japanese 日本語は、ここをご覧ください)

{gd,05,54}: am not, are not, is not

. : He is not my chief.

* When #gd and #55 are separated, the subject request something to other person.

: I want this.

When suggesting to do something with the other people or parson together,
the idiomatic head with #01 and the verb work together.

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