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American Sign Language: "fairy"
In a message dated 5/4/2005 9:13:11 AM Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
A friend of mine collects fairies and wanted to know the sign.
Thanks for your help.
West Lafayette, INAnni,The sign for Fairy is generally done by signing "ANGEL" (wing version) but using "F" handshapes instead of "flat" hands. If a person wanted to indicate the concept of FAIRY but not use an initialized sign he or she could sign ANGEL and then "flap" the wings a bit from the large knuckles only.Bill
The sign FAIRY is based on the sign ANGEL.
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