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American Sign Language: "white"


The sign for "white" (as in the color white) starts as a flat hand with the thumb extended. As you pull the hand away from your chest, change the shape so that your thumb is touching the fingers.

WHITE:

 


Here's a view from an angle so you can see the back side of the hand:
 



Notes:

The sign for "white" can be modified to mean "Caucasian" and/or "pale." To sign "Caucasian" or "pale," you do the sign "WHITE" then you throw the whiteness in your face. For an example, see: CAUCASIAN 
 



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