cue1 (noun) 1. a handshape, placement, or movement used in Cued Speech to represent a contrastive segment, or phoneme (e.g., There are eight handshape cues in the adaptation for American English). 2. A general name used in some communities, especially Minnesota, to refer to Cued Speech (e.g., We use cue at home.)

cue2 (verb) to produce Cued Speech. (e.g., Can you show me how to cue that word?)