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CL:F : The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "CL:F / classifier F"
 

The "F" handshape can be used to show small round objects (like a small pole, buttons, coins), and certain movements of your eyeballs.

CL:F


 


COINS:

Note: the sign "COINS" below is not a "classifier." But suppose I used the "F" handshape to show one coin falling off a table?  Then the "F" hand shape would be a classifier representing the coin, while the "B" handshape would be a classifier representing the table.

 

BUTTONS:

 

ROLL EYES / EYE ROLL:

 

SEW:

 

DOTTED:

 

EYES IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD:

 

TURN PAGES:

 


Notes: 

See: CLASSIFIERS




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