OpenA@Jaw-ThumbBack OpenA@NearCheek-ThumbUp

American Sign LanguageEdit

EtymologyEdit

Indicates tomorrow on the ASL timeline, wherein the past is over the shoulder, the present is immediately in front of the body, and the future is extended farther forward.

ProductionEdit

right-hand open-A palm-left close to body right side of chin right-hand moves out
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  • This one-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
    1. Posture the dominant hand in the “open A” handshape at the jaw (below the cheek and ear, behind the chin), thumb of the dominant hand pointing back.
    2. Move the hand forward while twisting the hand into the next posture.
    3. Posture the dominant hand in the “open A” handshape a couple of inches forward from the cheek, thumb of the dominant hand pointing up.

AdverbEdit

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  1. tomorrow

Derived termsEdit

  • OpenA@Jaw-ThumbBack Frontandback OpenA@NearCheek-ThumbUp (daily)
  • OpenA@Jaw-ThumbBack Frontandback OpenA@NearChin-ThumbBack (daily)

AntonymsEdit

  • (tomorrow): Y@Chin-FingerAside Y@Jaw-FingerAside (yesterday), OpenA@Chin-ThumbBack OpenA@Jaw-ThumbBack (yesterday)

NounEdit

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  1. tomorrow
Last modified on 4 May 2009, at 21:17