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American Sign Language: "bite"


If by "bite" you really mean "sting" then you should instead use the "sting" sign. See: STING



If you mean "bite" as in someone or some animal literally clamping down onto some other person, animal, or thing with their teeth then use this sign for "bite."

 

The dominant hand (my right hand) represents a mouth and teeth.  The non-dominant hand gets bitten.


BITE:


 


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