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HALL: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "hall"

The sign for hall is an "upright" version of the sign "STREET / WAY / PATH."

Move both hands forward as if showing the walls of a hallway.

(Sorry about the fuzzy picture. It isn't your eyes. It's me. I was doing some inter-dimensional travel just before the picture.)



If you want to express "HALL" as in the name of a place, you would fingerspell 'hall'


For example: CITY HALL



Compare the sign "HALL" with: STREET and SIDEWALK.

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