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American Sign Language: "etcetera"



This sign means "etcetera" (and so forth).
The movement is in the large knuckle of each hand. Both hands move out toward your sides while the index fingers move down, up, down. (You aren't pointing upward, rather your index fingers are pointing mostly forward.)


ETCETERA:


Also see: VARIOUS


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