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HUSBAND: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "husband"
 

There are two versions for how to sign "HUSBAND"

 

One version begins by signing "BOY" followed by the sign for BELIEVE. (Depicted in the pictures below.)

 

The other version is a modified form of the previous version but instead of signing 'boy' to start, the dominant hand is in a loose "C" handshape. The dominant hand is at the forehead and the non-dominant hand is in front of the body with the palm facing upwards toward the dominant hand. The dominant hand moves down to the non-dominant hand and cups it. (Depicted in the video below.)

 

HUSBAND:

 


 

Sample sentence: My husband wants to move to a small town.

 


 



Notes: 

Also see: WIFE

See: WEDDING

See: MARRY

See: PARTNER

See: CHILDREN

See: BELIEVE

See: FAMILY

See: LOVE




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