TOILET in sign language

How to sign "toilet" in American Sign Language (ASL)?

Meaning: a hole-shaped bowl with a seat that one sits on or stand near when emptying the body of urine.

Pronunciation (sign description): Dominant "T" handshape held in space, palm facing outward, moves sideways twice.


Related signs: BATHROOM, WATER CLOSET (WC), RESTROOM, LOO, LAVATORY that you peer whether the code is green when vacant or red when occupied in airplanes or trains, POTTY that toddlers use.

What do you do when you find a TOILET PAPER roll empty while sitting in your public stall?

Are you potty-training your toddler? Find out how to sign PEE and POOP that you hope to phase out using DIAPERS eventually.

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