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DONKEY: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "donkey"
 

The sign for "donkey" shows the bending ear of a donkey. Do the movement twice.

It can be produced with one hand or two.


DONKEY:
   

 

1-handed:

 

2-handed:

 


 

Sample sentence: EASY TRAIN DONKEY? (Is it easy to train a donkey?)

 


 

If you want to learn more animal signs, check out:

 

 


 

Notes: 
If you use a fast, firm, single movement to bend the ear down and hold it there for a moment it means "stubborn."  (Make sure to use a stubborn facial expression).

 

 

 


Notes: 

Also see: ANIMALS

STUBBORN




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