The sign for "teller" as in a "bank teller" (a person at a bank
who helps you with your financial transactions) is generally just
"Suppose you go to the bank, do you prefer the computer or an actual
In everyday life a person might sign something to the effect of, "YESTERDAY
I GO BANK. I (classifier:1)-go-up-to-TABLE-(one hand/non-dominant hand
"counter") INDEX-(the) WOMAN SHE, I WRITE GIVE-to-her ASK-to-her WHO
MANAGER..." Which would mean something to the effect of, "Yesterday I
went to the bank. I went up to the teller and wrote her a note asking who
the manager was..."
Thus the concept of "teller" is often expressed
"in context" by simply signing "woman" (or "man"). So, the "sign" for
teller is roughly equivalent to "the man or woman at the bank counter."