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American Sign Language: "noun"


NOUN:
Form your non-dominant hand into an "H" handshape.

Form your dominant hand into a modified "N" handshape (the index and middle fingers are bent at the large knuckle and straight at the other knuckles).
Hold the "H" hand in front of you pointing to the side. Hold the "N" hand an inch above the "H" hand.  Lower the N hand and touch the fingertips to the "H" hand, raise the "N" hand an inch and then move it down again to touch the "H" hand a second time.




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