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American Sign Language: "noon"

Here is the "formal" sign for "noon." Noon is done with a flat hand pointing upward and resting on the back of the non-dominant hand. 


Memory aid: Think of the dominant hand as the "sun" and the non-dominant arm as the horizon.
Note: The sign "NOON" is often done as it is above but you sign the number 12 instead of using a flat hand.

Sample sentence: 
TOMORROW EAT NOON, YOU WANT SOUP AND SALAD? (Would you like soup and salad for lunch tomorrow?)

Also see: LUNCH

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