NO

(as in "to say no to someone")

Sign Notice

This is a directional sign. Directional signs are verbs that use the direction that they are signed to show who is doing what to whom. This sign shows emphasis. This sign uses lexicalized fingerspelling. Lexicalized fingerspelling is when fingerspelling looks more like a sign than just the individual letters signed.

What is being signed (English Meaning)

NO (as in "to say no to someone")


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This Sign is Used to Say (Sign Synonyms)
  • NO (as in "to say no to someone")

Example of Usage
English Sentence

Sometimes people think the deaf use braille, but that is not true, only blind people use braille.

ASL Gloss

SOMETIMES PEOPLE THINK DEAF PEOPLE USE BRAILLE. NO! ONLY BLIND PEOPLE USE BRAILLE.


Sign Notice

This is a directional sign. Directional signs are verbs that use the direction that they are signed to show who is doing what to whom. This sign shows emphasis. This sign uses lexicalized fingerspelling. Lexicalized fingerspelling is when fingerspelling looks more like a sign than just the individual letters signed.



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