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American Sign Language: "sick"


To sign "sick," hold modified five hands (with the middle finger bent at the large knuckle) a few inches from the forehead and stomach. Then bring both hands inward to contact the body.

SICK: 


 



Sample sentence: "If you play in the rain, will you get sick?"
= SUPPOSE RAIN, CL:1-"GO OUT" PLAY, FUTURE-(will) SICK YOU?


 


See: "LAID-OUT" ("really ill" / bedridden / wasted)



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