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American Sign Language
- The finger may begin pointing across to the nose rather than back to the nose.
- After touching the nose, the finger may be drawn back near the cheek and then flung forward forcibly.
The origin starts with pointing to a nose as it's indicates for being "Nosy"; Which means it pry for information in a intrusive sense. In morphological form: "Nosy? Not so." has introduced a new form for "Don't Mind".
- This one-handed ASL sign is usually made while twisting the head from side to side (the typical “no” headshake):
- FlatO@Nose-FingerBack Claw5@FromNose-PalmForward (“don't care”)