There are a couple of signs for "Holland." Both are
well known in the American Deaf Community. I used to use the
two-handed (hat) version as my main version but then I realized I
couldn't eat a sandwich and sign Holland at the same time. So,
making the only logical choice I switched to the one-handed (pipe)
version and have been much happier and fulfilled ever since.
Version 1: Hold a "Y" hand in front of your face and then move it
down, forward, and back up again in an arc. Memory aid: Think of someone
from Holland smoking a pipe.
The other version of "Holland" is based on the traditional (old)
Start with modified-"C"-hands on either side of your head and change them to
flattened "O" hands as you move both hands out (to your sides) in a small
Holland: (Version 2)
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