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American Sign Language: "more than"


You can use the "more than" sign to indicate concepts like: "Over that amount" "above that amount" "exceeding" "above and beyond" "from that point up."


The base hand (non-dominant hand) doesn't move.  The dominant hand starts on top of the base hand and moves upward.

MORE-THAN:

 


 

Here is another version of the same sign.  It means pretty much the same thing. It is just a bit more specific and formal.

MORE-THAN-(version)


 


Also see: THAN
Also see: ABOVE


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