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American Sign Language: "weigh"


The general sign for weigh can be used to mean several related "weight" concepts.


Both hands form "H" shapes. The dominant "H" rocks back and forth on top of the non-dominant "H" in a quick double movement.  The non-dominant hand doesn't move during this sign.

WEIGH / TON / POUND:


Here is a view of that sign from an angle:
 

See: POUND


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