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BEARD: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "beard"
 

The ASL sign for "BEARD" is commonly produced in two ways:

 

 

One sign has the dominant hand stroking the chin with the thumb and fingers on opposite sides of the chin. The other common version uses "C" hands and moves from the ears to the chin, where beards typically grow.

 

Memory aid: The sign moves over the area that encompasses or would encompass a beard. 

 

BEARD: (version 1)


 

BEARD: (version 2)

 

BEARD / goatee (version):

 


 

Sample sentence: Does your father have a beard?

 



Notes: 
See: HAIR

MUSTACHE

SHAVE



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