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American Sign Language: "visit"

To sign "visit," form both hands into "V" handshapes. Move the hands in circles: up, forward, down, and back.  Both hands move at the same time.  When the right hand is forward the left hand is back. When the right hand is up, the left hand is down.




Note: Visit can be done toward yourself to mean "he/she/they visited me"


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