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American Sign Language: "cents"


It is interesting is that the sign for "cent"  seems in some weird way to have originated as a spin off of the word "sense" as in "good sense" or "smarts."  I'd love to see some research on this one!



PENNY or CENT:


Touch the index finger to the right side of your forehead, pull your finger out and down, hold the finger in the air for a brief moment.
 


 



fifty-cents (version 1)

 



fifty-cents version two:

 



A nickel:

 



 

ten-cents:

 



twenty-five-cents:

 


Also see: COINS



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