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American Sign Language: "Spain"


The sign "Spain" is one of those signs that has quite a few versions and seems to evolve over time.

One version brings two "X" hands together from off the shoulders.
Another version brings an "X" hand from the right upper chest to the left upper chest.
Still another strong version flips either an "X" hand or a "flattened "O" hand on top of the heart.

 



SPAIN (Version 1) (recommended version)


 



SPAIN (Version 2)
(This version is also an older version of the sign for "Mexico."  See: MEXICO)

 



Spain (Version 3)

 



Spain: Version 4:

 
 



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