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American Sign Language: "Washington"

The sign for "Washington" uses a "W" from the shoulder.

Washington: Hold a "W" hand near your right shoulder and bring the hand straight forward.

(Model: Byron Cantrell)

Washington "State"
If you need to specify that you are talking about "Washington state" (and not DC) you can add the "STATE" sign:

(Model: Byron Cantrell)

Washington DC:
Add a "D C" to the end of the sign "Washington."

(Model: Byron Cantrell)

Also see: BOSS

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