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American Sign Language: "money"

The sign for money uses a flattened "O" (as if holding onto some money) and smacks it (lightly) twice onto the palm of the base hand.



Sentence: "Where do you keep your money?"  = YOUR MONEY, YOU KEEP WHERE?


Also see: BUY

The common "gesture" of rubbing the fingers together as if "feeling money" is not a substitute for the sign "MONEY."  You may see this "gesture" from time to time in the Deaf Community, but it is slang. It is very informal and usually used in a light-hearted manner.

"MONEY" (slang) (gesture) (not recommended for common use)


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