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American Sign Language: "count"

The sign for "count" uses an "F" handshape on the dominant hand.  The base hand is in a "flat" handshape.  If you are right handed, the tip of the right index finger and thumb touch the palm of the left hand (near the heel of the palm) and then slide forward twice.


Here is a side view of that sign:

If you add the "person affix" at the end of this sign it means "accountant."
If you mean, "I can count on her" -- see "count on."


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