American Sign Language
- The nondominant hand may assume various shapes, including “A”, “S”, “claw 5”, and “flat B”.
- The dominant hand may proceed farther up onto the nondominant forearm.
- This two-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
Posture the dominant hand in the “open B” handshape with the dominant hand at the back of the nondominant hand, dominant palm facing down.
- Draw the dominant hand back at a medium or slow pace to the following posture.
Posture the dominant hand in the “open B” handshape with the dominant hand at the back of the nondominant wrist, dominant palm facing down.
- Optionally continue moving the dominant hand farther up the nondominant forearm.
(ASL gloss: SLOW)