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American Sign Language: "look-like"

The sign for "look-like" uses an index finger handshape that changes into a "Y" handshape. The "Y" handshape makes a slight side to side motion.  You start by either touching or just bringing the index finger near to the cheek beneath the eye and then doing an abbreviated version of the sign for "same."

Sample sentence: "Do you look like your dad?"




Here's that same sign again, shown carefully.  The "Y" hand uses a side to side sliding movement.


Also see: SAME

Also see: SEE

Also see: FACE

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