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NAILS: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "nails"
If you mean "nail" as in a rod shaped piece of metal, see NAIL
The concept of "nail" as in "fingernail / toenail" in ASL can be produced by running your dominant hands index finger over the nail of any finger on the non-dominant hand.
If you are referring to one NAIL you can point to that one specifically:
If you referring to your fingernails in general you can sign:
Nail polish can be signed a few different ways:
If you wanted to discuss LONG NAILS, you could sign:
See: NAIL POLISH
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