Signs for MOVE IN

Meaning: To take possession of a new house or business premises.

Pronunciation/articulation: Two-handed "flat 0" (palms pointing down) in the upper air moves downward simultaneously in a slight arc.

Opposite: move out.

Deaf Culture and tidbits

Kid says the darndest in ASL

One day, Juli (age 4;5) and I rode our bicycles. She stopped in front of a house in our neighborhood. She signed ix-me want to-move in ix(house). I asked why? She explained, cat there. Ah, as if it's easier to move in the house for that cat who lives there instead of getting one in our own home.:)

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