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American Sign Language: "Easter"


There are quite a few signs for Easter.


 

A common way to sign Easter is to gently wave an "E" handshape from side to side tracing the handle of an Easter basket.  (Or you can twist the "E" instead of waiving it. This version of Easter is quite a bit like doing the sign for BATHROOM with an "E" instead of a "T.")

EASTER (basket version)


 

Animation:  EASTER




Notes:
If you do the one handed EASTER sign fast and with a worried facial expression it can mean: "EMERGENCY"
 


Also see: SUNDAY


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