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American Sign Language: "pilgrim"


The sign for "pilgrim" is based on the white "bib" that was common pilgrim clothing.

Use "P" handshapes to draw a "bib" on your front. Each hand moves to the side and down. Think of the white "bib" aspect of the clothing worn by pilgrims.

PILGRIM:


 


See: Animation: PILGRIM


Note:
Some people do a wandering-"P" to mean "pilgrim."  I've always preferred to think of that sign as meaning "pioneer" rather than "pilgrim." They are two different concepts.
 


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