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American Sign Language: "page"



This "page" sign can be used to mean "look something up" or a "page" in a book.

Hold your non-dominant flat hand (palm facing up) in front of you as if representing a book.
Form your dominant hand into an "A"-handshape with a prominent thumb.  Using a double movement (gently) strike backward across your palm with your thumb-tip as if turning pages with your thumb.

PAGE: 

 
 



You can put a "D" hand on the sign for "PAGE" and it changes the meaning into "dictionary."

DICTIONARY:

 

See:  PAPER

Notes:

If you put an "E" on the dominant hand this sign can be used to mean "encyclopedia."


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