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COLD: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "cold"
 

For "cold" as in "temperature" see: COLD

 

The sign for "a cold" as in "I am sick with a cold," is to wipe your imaginary runny nose with an imaginary tissue, twice.

A COLD:
 

 


 

TISSUE PAPER-[version-1]:


 

TISSUE PAPER-[version-2]:

 


 

Sample sentence: When was the last time you were sick? / When was the last time you had a cold?

 



Notes: 
See: TEMPERATURE

SICK

VOMIT



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