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ASL: "garage"

 

The concept of "a garage" is shown by using a "horizontal 3" hand shape to depict a vehicle driving forward to a location under a roof.

If you use a single movement it will typically mean:  "a car driving into a garage" or "a car pulling-in under a carport."

To sign "garage" in general (as a noun) use a double movement.

GARAGE:



Animation of GARAGE:


Click here for yet another garage animation 
         (Apparently you have a garage fetish.)



 

Notes:
Compare "garage" to "SUBWAY."  (The orientation and hand shape of the dominant hand is different.)

Also see: "Classifier 3" (CL:3)




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