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American Sign Language:  "fool" (As in, "to fool someone")

FOOL


Note: there is a difference between the signs "to fool" and "a fool."



"To fool someone."



"Do you like to fool people?"
 


 


Discussion:  If you wanted to say that someone is "a fool" you would sign, "HE SILLY," "HE DUMB," or "HE STUPID" depending on your meaning. 


Also see: SILLY
Also see: DUMB
Also see: STUPID



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