American Sign Language: "brother" / "sister"
The sign for "brother" uses a modified "L"-hand that turns
into a "1"-hand as it moves from the forehead down to make contact with the
base hand (which is in a 1-handshape).
"How many brothers do you have?" = BROTHER, HOW-MANY YOU?
The sign for "sister" uses a modified "L"-hand that turns
into a "1"-hand as it moves from the jaw down to make contact with the base
hand (which is in a 1-handshape).
"Do you have a sister?"
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