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American Sign Language:  "grandma"


The sign for "grandmother" is made by touching your chin with the thumb of your right hand, as when signing "mother."  The dominant hand should be open.  Move your hand forward in two small arches.
Note: Many people just move it forward without the arches.

Also see: MOM

Also see: GRANDPA

Also see: DAD


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