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American Sign Language: "Ms."


The concept of "Ms." as a title of address before a woman's name is an aspect of English Language.  "Ms." and similar titles almost never used in ASL.  Instead we tend to use name signs. If for whatever reason you feel you must express the concept of "Ms." just spell it.

See: "Titles of Address"

Also see: "Dear"
Also see: "Name Signs"


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