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American Sign Language: "peas"

The sign for "peas" uses a "G" handshape on the dominant hand. Touch the side of the index finger on the non-dominant hand twice. Move it a little bit forward the second time (as if showing two different peas in a pod).




This sign can also mean "grain."

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