*The sign for llama
In a message dated 6/3/2004 7:55:55 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
I have several friends who were asking how to sign "llama." I don't
know why, but they were. You're the only one I know of who could
I don't know the sign for llama. But why don't you try asking a
contact of mine down in Mexico:
Cabo San Lucas, BCS
CP 23450 Mexico
Robin knows MSL and some native MSL users who might have a sign you
could use. If you find out a good sign for llama, please do let me
On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 23:04:48 EDT MESKIS@aol.com writes:
I was directed to you with a question about how to sign the word
"llama." Several of my friends were asking me and I was clueless.
Dr. Bill Vicars recommended I contact you.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
In a message dated 6/4/04 1:18:38 AM, email@example.com writes:
Hola Carlea! I am not sure if you are asking about "llama" the
animal or "llama" the spanish word for call?
On Fri, 4 Jun 2004 07:02:25 EDT MESKIS@aol.com writes:
Lo siento! I meant "llama" the animal, not "llamar". My friends
may be odd, but I don't think they're bilingually odd.
In a message dated 6/4/04 8:11:10 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Hola Carlea! While we do live in a third world country we don't
exactly have llamas running around...lots of dogs but no llamas.
Below is the info that I received from a fellow missionary to the
deaf in Mexico...
Yes, there is a sign for llama. Touch the tips of your two middle
fingers [the middle finger and the ring finger] to the tip of your
thumb on the same hand [your dominant hand]. Then the index and
pinkie fingers stick up to form the ears.
If using your right hand, "walk" your llama to the left (or vice
versa if you are left handed). If done right, it kinda looks like a
llama walking in front of you. Your arm being the neck.
You don't have to do this, but I think it looks better. I don't put
the tips of my fingers together, but rather the pads of my fingers
so that it looks more like the llama's nose.
Interestingly, that is also the sign for Bolivia. That is ASL. I
don't know a sign in MSL for it.
Let me know if that helps.