S@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz

American Sign LanguageEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From initial S of English Saturday, plus location, orientation, and movement matching other days of the week (e.g. M@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (Monday)).

ProductionEdit

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  • This one-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
    1. Posture the dominant hand in the “S” handshape about half an arm's length in front of the shoulder, dominant palm facing back.
    2. Move the dominant hand in horizontal circles.

AdverbEdit

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  1. Saturday

Derived termsEdit

  • S@SideNoseHigh-PalmBack S@SideTrunkhigh-PalmBack (Saturdays; every Saturday)

See alsoEdit

  • M@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (Monday)
  • T@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (Tuesday)
  • 6@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (Wednesday)
  • T@Side-PalmAcross H@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (Thursday)
  • 9@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (Friday)
  • 5@SideNoseHigh-PalmForward-5@SideNoseHigh-PalmForward RoundMidline-RoundMidline 5@SideChesthigh-PalmForward-5@SideChesthigh-PalmForward (Sunday)
Last modified on 26 May 2013, at 05:02