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American Sign Language: "favorite"


The sign for "favorite" can be used to mean: favorite, favor, prefer, and similar meanings.
I've seen it used to mean "type" in the sentence:  "She's not my type."
If you do the sign a bit higher using a single movement on the lips it can mean "taste."


 

FAVORITE:
Use a light jabbing movement.

 


See: RATHER



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