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LIZARD: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "lizard"

There are a few versions for the sign LIZARD.

(There may be more, check with your local Deaf community.)

 

Version 1: The index finger slithers upward on the non-dominant forearm:

 

 

 

Version 2: Similar to the sign for SNAKE but with a forward pointing index finger:

 

 

Version 3: The dominant hand is at the mouth and changes from X to 1 twice:

 

 

Side view:

 

Version 4: Is an initialized version where the "L" dominant hand slithers upward on the non-dominant forearm:

 

 

 


 

Sample sentence: TELL-me SOMETHING INTERESTING ABOUT LIZARDS.

 

 


 

If you want to learn more animal signs, check out:

 

 


Notes: 

See: ANIMALS




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