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American Sign Language: "seizure"

The sign "seizure" when referring to a person having a seizure, would generally be done using the lexicalized classifier: "SEIZURE."  The handshape starts with the bent-V and rolls on the palm twice.
Version 1:


Version 2:
Is similar to version 1 except the handshape starts with a straight-V and snaps into a bent-V.




seize / arrest / grab onto
Use a quick motion.

Animation:  "SEIZE"



The sign "freeze" could be used in some situation to mean "seize." As in something has "seized up" or frozen up.

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