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American Sign Language: "weak"


The sign for "weak" places the fingertips of the dominant hand on the palm of the non-dominant hand and then bends the knuckles twice.   Since I'm right handed, my left hand stays still. My right hand moves down, up, down.
Memory Aid: Think of being "weak in the knees."


WEAK:


 


Tip: I do NOT recommend doing this sign on your forehead and then pointing at your instructor nor your spouse.


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