Related concepts: combine, partner, roommate, companion)
Can be used to mean: "combine."
You could add the "agent" sign to the "match" sign and it would mean
Note: If you mean "join," instead use the sign "of / join / connect / own."
If you do a double
movement with this sign, the meaning changes to mean "roommate," "partner,"
"light a match"
If you mean "match" as in "Hey buddy, got a match?" (to create flame), you show
this sign by miming the striking of a match.
I grab an imaginary match in my dominant hand (my right hand), and strike it
against the palm of my non-dominant hand (my left hand). The fingers of my left
hand are either pointing up or forward and the palm is pointing to the right. I
do the movement twice to mean a noun, and once (large) to mean a verb.
To sign "light a match" you'd use this sign:
To do the noun form "a match" do two very small
movements. Or just spell M-A-T-C-H.
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