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American Sign Language:  "someone"


 Note:  SOMEONE can also mean: "single", "something," "alone," and "only."



The sign for "someone" is made by holding the right arm in front of you, palm up.  Imagine drawing a small circle on the underside of a table. Your right index finger makes circular motions about the size of a quarter.
The movement is in your arm, not in your wrist. 

SOMEONE:
   

 

Sample sentence: "Are you going steady with someone?"




Also see: "SINGLE"


Also see: "SOMETHING"



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