Since we have quite many expressions using a hand, let me introduceü@some of them to you.
When one is busy and wants to get otherüfs help, he says ügTe o kariruüh (to borrow otherüfsü@hand).
Further when he is extremely busy, he says ügNeko no Te mo karitai hodo isogashiiüh (to be so busy as to borrow even a catüfs paw).
When one cuts his relation with others, we say ügTe o kiruüh (to cut hands).
When there is no way to cope with a certain situation, we say ügTe mo ashi mo denaiüh neither hands nor feet expandable).
When we teach something to others in detail, we say ügTe tori ashi tori oshieruüh (to teach someone by taking hands and feet).
When we commit a crime and are arrested by police, we say ügTe ga ushiro ni mawaruüh (our hands are turned backward).
When we do nothing positively, we say ügTe o komaneite iruüh (to sit back with folded arms).
When we conclude a contract and give a certain amount of money to guarantee the contract in advance, the money is called ügTetsukekinüh (hand touching money).
Please give your helping hand positively to the development of your region.