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American Sign Language: "fairy"




In a message dated 5/4/2005 9:13:11 AM Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

A friend of mine collects fairies and wanted to know the sign.
Thanks for your help. 
Anni W______
West Lafayette, IN

The sign for Fairy is generally done by signing "ANGEL" (wing version) but using "F" handshapes instead of "flat" hands.  If a person wanted to indicate the concept of FAIRY but not use an initialized sign he or she could sign ANGEL and then "flap" the wings a bit from the large knuckles only.


The sign FAIRY is based on the sign ANGEL.


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