5@Mouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 5@FromMouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger

American Sign LanguageEdit

EtymologyEdit

Handshape 5, frequently used to represent downward-flowing liquid, with location and movement that illustrate the referent action.

ProductionEdit

left-hand open-B palm-right right-hand open-B palm-left left-hand out from right-hand close to body in center of chin left-hand moves out right-hand moves out
  • This two-handed ASL sign is produced with head movement and facial expression immitating the act of vomitting:
    1. ASL 5@Mouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 5@FromMouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 1.jpg
      Posture the nondominant hand in the “5” handshape within a several inches of the tip of the extended finger on the dominant hand farthest from the thumb. Posture the dominant hand in the “5” handshape at the mouth.
    2. Move the hands forward and down to the following posture.
    3. ASL 5@Mouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 5@FromMouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 2.jpg
      Posture the nondominant hand in the “5” handshape within a several inches of the tip of the extended finger on the dominant hand farthest from the thumb. Posture the dominant hand in the “5” handshape within several inches from the mouth.

VerbEdit

ASL 5@Mouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 5@FromMouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 1.jpg (ASL gloss: VOMIT)

  1. to vomit; to regurgitate; to throw up; to puke

NounEdit

ASL 5@Mouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 5@FromMouth-5@FromUlnarTipFinger 1.jpg (ASL gloss: VOMIT)

  1. vomit; puke
Last modified on 23 April 2013, at 13:28