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American Sign Language: "meat / steak / flesh"


MEAT:


Grab the fleshy part of your left hand with the index finger and thumb of your right hand. The left hand doesn't move.  The right hand wiggles a bit as if getting a good grip on the meat.  This sign means "meat" in general, but in context it can be used for "steak" or "flesh."  I remember one group of Deaf graduate students even used this sign to mean "context."


Sample sentence: Do you like meat?

 


 


Related sign: BEEF
Related sign: COW


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