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American Sign Language:  "nothing"


Also see: NONE


NOTHING / NONE / ZERO:

The above sign is also VERY commonly done with two hands.


NOTHING: (casual version)
Start with an "O" or a flattened "O" handshape under your chin, then throw the hand forward and change it into a loose "5" handshape. This sign is very similar in meaning to the English (slang) concept of "nuthin."

Animation: NOTHING ►
 

HEARD-NOTHING:
Point at your ear canal with an index finger, then change your handshape into a "O" and move it forward and down a bit.


KNOW-NOTHING:
Wave a "O" in front of your forehead.


Also see: NOTHING-TO-IT

Also see: NONE



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