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DUCK: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "duck"
 

The sign for "duck" opens and closes a "bill" twice as if you were quacking twice.
 

This version uses a handshape consisting of extending the index finger, middle finger, and thumb.

 

DUCK (version 1)

 

 

 

Sample sentence: PAST-[long-ago] YOU LITTLE-[short], YOUR BATH T-U-B, YOU HAVE DUCK, SMALL YELLOW, RUBBER, YOU?

 

 


 

You might also see people do the sign for "duck" using the whole hand (all of the fingers extended and the thumb.)


DUCK (version 2)


Animation: DUCK 
 

 

 


Notes:
The sign for "bird" is similar to "duck" except that the sign for "BIRD" uses a "G"-handshape (just the index finger and the thumb).


 

For the concept of DUCK-FACE some options for how to sign it are:

 

 

 

 


Notes: 

See: BIRD

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