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American Sign Language: "mean" (cruel)

This page describes the type of mean that means ornery or cantankerous. 
If you are looking for the concept "mean" as in "What does that mean?" or as in: "purpose, sake, explanation for, or intent" see the meaning.htm page.

MEAN / cruel:

Sample sentence: "Do you think most dogs are friendly or are they mean?" = YOU THINK MOST DOG FRIENDLY, MEAN, WHICH?





Also see: MEAN (As in: purpose, sake, explanation for, or intent).


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