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American Sign Language: "New York"

The sign for "New York" is to slide a "Y" hand forward and back on the palm of the non-dominant hand.
If you need to specify "New York, city" vs "New York, state" you can add the CITY sign or the STATE sign.



Here's another view:



You might see a version in which the right "Y" hand slides forward and back one time:


Animation: NEW-YORK




(Model: Byron Cantrell)

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