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American Sign Language: "moon"

The sign for "moon" uses a "modified C" hand consisting of the index finger and the thumb in a "C" shape. Think of looking at a crescent way up in the sky.



There is another version of "moon."  This version means the same as the above version. This one taps the modified C handshape on the face twice. The index finger is above the eye and thumb is below the eye.

MOON (version)


See: SUN

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