Sign Word List: Sign of the Days
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MISS

As in "to miss something"

MISS
English Equivalent: MISS (as in "to miss something")
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missed variation

Signing Savvy Registered Guest

Savvy User Griffin Savvy Guest
Friday, February 21, 2014

I've seen "missed" used touching the two middle fingers as will - similar to "internet" - when used in a phrase like "missed school." Is that a different word?

savvy user

Signing Savvy Member

Savvy User RDM Savvy Member
Saturday, March 29, 2014

That is the sign for absent

check out skip

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John @ Signing Savvy Savvy Admin
Saturday, March 29, 2014

Look at the sign for skip. I think that is the sign you are talking about.

check out skip

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John @ Signing Savvy Savvy Admin
Saturday, March 29, 2014

Look at the sign for skip. I think that is the sign you are talking about. That sign can also be used for absent.

How is this different from "guess"?

Signing Savvy Registered Guest

Savvy User georges Savvy Guest
Sunday, September 14, 2014

Context? Because they look pretty much the same, especially if signed quickly.

Yes it's context

Signing Savvy Admin

John @ Signing Savvy Savvy Admin
Sunday, September 14, 2014

Yes the signs are the same, it's the context that would tell you which English concept you are signing.

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