Last modified on 15 September 2009, at 02:27

K@NearCenterChesthigh-PalmUp Nod

American Sign LanguageEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Apparently a mutation of V@NearCenterChesthigh-PalmAcross Sidetoside, following common ASL pattern wherein the V shape changes to the K shape. From the typical ASL practice of pointing to referents.

ProductionEdit

right-hand K palm-up away from body right side of chest right-hand moves out and in repeatedly each time turning to
right-hand K palm-in
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  • This one-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
    1. Posture the dominant hand in the “K” handshape within a few inches of the chest, in between the signer's chest and that of the other referent, the index finger pointing to chest of the other referent, palm up.
    2. Rock the hand back and forth so that the middle finger points back to the signer.

PronounEdit

Upload png, jpg, or gif image. (ASL gloss: THE-TWO-OF-US)

  1. the two of us; we two; us two; he and I; she and I; you and I; him and me; her and me; you and me

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