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American Sign Language: hair: "buzz cut"

When discussing "hair" and you want to indicate that a person had a crew cut or a "buzz cut" you can use a "G" handshape to show that the length of the hair is "very short."


This sign shows the height of the hair of a person who just had a buzz cut.  For more "hair signs" see HAIR.


Sample sentence: BUZZ-CUT PAST YOU? = "Have you ever had a buzz hair cut?"


Also see: HAIR

Also see: CL:G ("Classifier: G")

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