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American Sign Language: "bank"


The sign for "bank" is usually spelled.  Or maybe I should say it is "sort of" spelled. The concept of "bank" (as in "The bank approved my loan" is usually expressed as lexicalized fingerspelling, which is to say, a few letters letters get a bit blended together, dropped, or only partially formed.  Just practice spelling the word until you can do it "very" quickly.

BANK:


 


Also see: "TELLER"



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