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AUNT: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "aunt"
Also see: FAMILY
The sign for "aunt" is made by first shaping your hand to form the letter "A." Hold your hand close to your cheek. Twist (or simply shake) your hand a couple of times.
"How many aunts do you have?"
Note: This can also be signed, "AUNT YOU HOW-MANY?" (Longer sentences tend to put the "how many" concept at the end. For shorter sentences it is less of an issue. But do it however your local instructor prefers).
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