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ELEVATOR: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "elevator"

 

ELEVATOR:
The right "E" hand represents the up and down movement of an elevator.

This is the version I use most often when signing elevator:

 

 

Sample sentence: THIS BUILDING HAVE ELEVATOR?

 


 

Note: some people use an "index finger" handshape on the left hand and have the right hand move up and down it once.


 

Variation:  elevator:
Note: you might also see the left hand in an upright index finger handshape.
NOT recommended.


 

Another version for elevator:

 

 

 


Notes:  See: BUILDING

 




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