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American Sign Language: "temple"



TEMPLE (general version)

 



There is another sign for temple that is used by Mormons. The non-dominant index finger is held pointing up at an angle, (palm back). The dominant index-finger-hand does a spiraling upward movement and you end up touching index fingertips. Note: The index finger doesn't wiggle or anything, the movement is in the wrist and in the elbow (not in the large knuckle).

TEMPLE:  ("Mormon" version = "LDS Temple")



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