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American Sign Language:  "come"


COME:  The sign "come" uses a single quick movement:



COME:
Non-standard version of "COME." (Not recommended.)
When I was young I used to see this variation show up on the hands of signers who were using Signed English. Move both hands toward your body while doing a rolling motion.


"Come-on."  
This is a common gesture as in "Come-on let's go."


Also see:  "GO"



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