The sign for "everyday"
is variation of the sign "tomorrow"
Do the sign "tomorrow" twice rapidly and it means "everyday."
This sign can also mean
"daily," "common," or even "regularly."
Sample sentence: "Do you think
children should change their underwear daily?"
EVERYDAY (side view)
Just recently I watched a friend of mine use the sign "everyday" to order a "regular" size drink.
She was signing to her Hearing friend who was interpreting her order at a restaurant.
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