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American Sign Language: "invent" or "made up" / "make something up" / "creative""



INVENT: "to invent" / "to dream up" / "to come up with something / "just made something up":



You may also see this sign done with a double movement, (a sort of upward loop-de-loop). The double movement conveys more of a "process" or description:  fantastical, inventive, creative, something which has been dreamed up.
 

 


 


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