Also see: "meet" page.
Also see: "meeting" page.
If you want to say that you are going to a family reunion, you could do
the sign "family" and then do the sign
"GATHER-to." Don't get hung up on the concept of "RE" in the
word "reunion." It is obvious that if you are a family that means at
one time you were with your parents (if only at birth). The idea of a
family reunion means "A family gathering." For this you can use the
GATHER-to: This sign indicates a bunch of individuals coming together in the same
Click here for
an animation of "REUNION"
Note: If you are talking about "one person meeting another person" see the "meet" page.
In a message dated 6/1/2003 8:14:34 AM Central Daylight Time, deja1193@_______.net
Sorry to bother you. Just wanted to know, if you were talking about
a Family Reunion,
would that be the same as signing. FAMILY+PICNIC? Or is there another
sign for that.
For "family reunion" I've always signed "FAMILY AGAIN MEETING." Note...the
sign meeting uses all the fingers and the thumb of
both hands and is different from the sign "meet" which only uses the index
fingers of each hand. Another good way to sign family reunion would be to sign "FAMILY" and then
sign "gather to central place." (I'll have to post the sign "gather to
one place" at this web someday.