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American Sign Language:  "dandelion"


DANDELION:
Left index finger points straight up (palm faces right); the finger represents the stem of the flower. Hold left hand stationary. Fingertips of right flat O hand shape touch finger pad of left finger (right palm faces down). (this is almost like signing 'word'. but with a flat O hand shape instead). Now, blow on right hand and at the same time, open it to a 5 hand shape (palm faces you) and move it off to the right and as you do, flutter all the fingers.   (Description contributed by Lyn J. Wiley)




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