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American Sign Language: "camper" (As in the sleeping unit that goes on the back of a truck)


The sign for camper uses a a loose "C" or a CLAW handshape to indicate a large object on the back of a vehicle.  As with most signs, this sign will occur in the context of a conversation and it is likely the signer has spelled TRUCK recently and is now indicating he/she has a "camper" on the back of it.
 


Also see: CAMP


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