CASTLE in sign language

A drawing of CASTLE by coda
A drawing by the coda Juli, 2016

In the drawing, the black castle has a large pink door with two heart-shaped windows on both sides of the door. The top has tooth-like structure with a flagpole with its what appears to be pinkish-orange flag.

ASL signs for CASTLE

How to sign "castle" in American Sign Language (ASL)? Here is a few variations.

Meaning: A fortified, usually high-walled residence, as of a prince or noble in feudal times.

Pronunciation (sign description): Two-handed "V" hands with palms facing each other held in space where forefinger and middle finger are in contact. The fingers flex a few times while diverging apart and downward.

Regional variation.

Pronunciation (sign description): Dominant arm with fist lands on non-dominant arm with fist and then the same for the non-dominant arm on dominant arm, where palms face down Then both arms erect at the sides of torso in upright position.



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