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American Sign Language: "soup"



Use a double motion and hold your hands up near your mouth. The dominant hand represents a spoon. The non-dominant represents a bowl. 

SOUP:


 



Notes: 
This sign can also be modified to mean spoon.  To use this sign to mean spoon you emphasize the dominant hand in the sign. Near the end of the sign relax or drop the non-dominant hand (the bowl of soup) while emphasizing the dominant (the spoon). 
 


Also see: SPOON


 


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