B@Cheek-PalmForward B@Jaw-PalmForward

American Sign LanguageEdit

EtymologyEdit

From initial letter B of the English word brown.

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ProductionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

ASL B@Jaw-PalmForward.jpg (ASL gloss: BROWN)

  1. brown
Last modified on 22 April 2009, at 19:11