Family - mom, dad, boy-girl, marriage, brother-sister, grandpa-grandma, auntuncle, baby, single, divorced-separate

"mom" "dad"

Boy & Girl
Make the sign for "Boy" by first making the sign for "male" - grab a cap on your forehead and
move it forward. BOY:

Make the sign for "Girl" by first making the
sign for "female" - thumb traces jawbone from near your ear to your chin. Then indicate the height of the girl with palm down. Want more info? See GIRL

MARRIAGE: The sign for "marriage" is made by clasping both hands comfortably

Next. Sister: ." This sign is made by first signing "male" or "boy" as if you were grabbing a cap. bring both index fingers together in front of you. For right-handed people the right hand should be on top of the left hand Brother & Sister Brother: Brother: Variation: Here is a variation of the sign for "brother.together." Memory aid: BOY + SAME = BROTHER: Think of two boys from the same family. pointing forward) actually means "SAME. The second half of this sign (two index fingers close together.

bring both index fingers together in front of you." It is made by first touching your cheek with the thumb of your right hand. Think of two girls in the same family." Next. Memory aid: GIRL + SAME = SISTER.Sister: Variation: Here is a variation of the sign for "sister. if signed by itself means "girl" or "female." Hold your hand close to your right cheek. as when signing "female. shake your hand slightly back and forth." The second part means same. The first part of this sign. From the wrist. . GRANDPA: Aunt & Uncle The sign for "aunt" is made by first shaping the right hand to form the letter "A.

From the wrist.The sign for "uncle" is made by first shaping the right hand to form the letter "U. Baby SINGLE (version) Note: This version of "SINGLE" also means: "something / someone / alone / only." DIVORCE: : ." Hold your hand close to your right temple. shake your hand slightly back and forth.

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Church In & Out With .

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