American Sign Language: "sleep"
The sign for "sleep" is
made by opening your hand and placing it in front of your face, palm toward
you. Move your hand downward toward your chin. While the hand is moving, bring your fingers together and touch them with your
Note: You don't actually touch your chin. Your hand ends up in
front of your chin (or even lower). This DOESN'T use a "fist" or
"S" hand. It uses a flattened-"O" handshape similar to the ending
handshape of the "AND" sign.
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