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HAT: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "hat"
 

Pat your head twice.

 

HAT:

 


 

Dr. Bill's Notes:

Of course, there are many different types of hats that can be shown by using your hands to describe what those hats look like or how they are worn.

 

WIDE-BRIM HAT:

 

BASEBALL CAP / BASEBALL HAT / BALL CAP:

 

BEANIE:

 

NEWSBOY CAP / NEWSIE CAP:

 

HEAD WRAP / HEAD SCARF / HIJAB:

 


 

If you want to convey the English idiom "tip my hat to" you would sign:

 


 

Sample sentence: Do you have a hat? What kind?


 



Note: Some signs for countries show versions of a hat. See: AUSTRALIA, HOLLAND

See: CAP 

See: HAIR

See: CLOTHES




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