1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown-1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown SmallSidetoside

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American Sign Language[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Illustrates two legs of a standing person, one leg shaking due to nervousness.

Production[edit]

  • This two-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
    1. ASL 1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown-1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown.jpg
      Posture the nondominant hand in the “1” handshape about half arm's length in front of the nondominant side of the trunk, extended finger(s) of the nondominant hand pointing down. Posture the dominant hand in the “1” handshape about half arm's length in front of the dominant side of the trunk, extended finger(s) of the dominant hand pointing down.
    2. Shake the dominant finger in a small side-to-side motion.
      Sidetoside
GUH Hand LUH Hand LUH Move GUH Move GUH Hand LUH Hand
GUH Palm LUH Palm Second Second GUH Palm LUH Palm
GUH Position LUH Separation Third Third
bent-1 bent-1 Rotate-Rotate bent-1 bent-1
ASL 1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown-1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown.jpg
ASL 1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown-1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown SmallSidetoside.jpg
Down Down Side Down

Adjective[edit]

ASL 1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown-1@InsideTrunkhigh-FingerDown SmallSidetoside.jpg (ASL gloss: NERVOUS)

  1. nervous