Category:American Sign Language transitive verbs

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  1. H@RadialFinger-H@NearCenterChesthigh H@RadialFinger-H@CenterChesthigh
  2. 1@FromThumb-FingerUp-1@CenterChesthigh-FingerUp 1@Thumb-FingerUp-1@CenterChesthigh-FingerUp
  3. BentB@FromTipFinger-BackFingerDown-BentB@InsideTrunkhigh-BackFingerDown BentB@TipFinger-BackFingerDown-BentB@CenterTrunkhigh-BackFingerDown
  4. Claw5@InsideChesthigh-PalmUp-Claw5@InsideChesthigh-PalmUp 5@InsideChesthigh-PalmDown-5@InsideChesthigh-PalmDown
  5. FlatO@CenterChesthigh-PalmDown-FlatO@SideChesthigh-PalmDown FlatO@SideChesthigh-PalmDown-FlatO@CenterChesthigh-PalmDown
  6. FlatB@Thumb-PalmForward-FlatB@FromCenterNeckhigh-PalmForward FlatB@NearSideNeckhigh-PalmAcross-FlatB@FromCenterNeckhigh-PalmForward
  7. B@TipForearm-PalmBack B@Forearm-PalmBack B@BaseForearm-PalmBack
  8. FlatO@Sfhead-PalmBack Claw5@FromSfhead-PalmUp
  9. Open8@Chest-PalmBack Open8@Sternum-PalmBack
  10. ILY@Side-PalmForward
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  1. OpenB@Chest-PalmBack-OpenB@Trunk-PalmBack RoundSurface-RoundSurface
  2. 1@NearFinger-Open8@Center-PalmDown Contact 1@NearFinger-Open8@Center-PalmDown
  3. B@TipForearm-PalmBack B@Forearm-PalmBack B@BaseForearm-PalmBack
  4. X@Chest-PalmBack-X@Chest-PalmBack X@Sternum-PalmBack-X@Abdomen-PalmBack
  5. FlatB@Thumb-PalmForward-FlatB@FromCenterNeckhigh-PalmForward FlatB@NearSideNeckhigh-PalmAcross-FlatB@FromCenterNeckhigh-PalmForward
  6. Y@InsideChesthigh-PalmDown Sidetoside
  7. Open8@Chin-PalmBack Contact Contact
  8. ILY@Side-PalmForward
  9. FlatO@CenterChesthigh-PalmDown-FlatO@SideChesthigh-PalmDown FlatO@SideChesthigh-PalmDown-FlatO@CenterChesthigh-PalmDown
  10. Claw5@InsideChesthigh-PalmUp-Claw5@InsideChesthigh-PalmUp 5@InsideChesthigh-PalmDown-5@InsideChesthigh-PalmDown

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American Sign Language verbs that indicate actions, occurrences or states directed to one or more grammatical objects.