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GROUP: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "group"
Can also mean class, body, cohort, aggregation, collection, pack.

The sign for group is done by using curved-5-hands (or "loose claw hands"). Hold your hands up -- palms facing slightly forward. Move your hands forward as you twist the palms slightly backward. The movement should look as if you are sliding your hands around a ball.
 


Note: I sometimes refer to the above sign as the "CLUSTER" sign, but that is just me. It could also be labeled as "CATEGORY."

See: CLUSTER


If for some reason you need to specifically indicate the English word "group" you can do so by initializing this sign with a "G."

GROUP (initialized "G" version)


Sample sentence: What is the name of the group of people who ate almost entirely fat, protein and a little bit of carbs and almost none of them had diabetes?


 



Notes: 

Also see: FAMILY
Also see: CLASS

Also see: CATEGORY

Also see: CLUSTER




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