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American Sign Language: "kite"


The sign for "kite" has a couple of versions.
 

KITE: Version 1
Pull on the kite string twice.

 



KITE: Version 2
The right (or dominant) hand represents a kite fluttering slightly in the wind. The left (or non-dominant) hand represents the string.  Pull the kite from right to left a short distance.



 


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