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Signs for SHAVE
"How do you say 'shave' in American Sign Language?" The ASL verb "shave" involves locative classifiers (LCL) and sometimes in combination with other types of classifier.
Meaning: To cut the hair off one's face with a razor.
This one is somehow a bit broader. To be specific, here are some more examples. The classifier of this dominant handshape depicts a razor.
Meaning: To cut the hair or stubble off one's chin.
Meaning: To cut the hair off one's leg with a razor.
This classifier is an example of "body part classifier" (BPCL). The left arm acts as a classifier for the leg (BPCL) that it does not refer to the arm itself. First, indicate the noun #LEG then use its classifier within a sentence or context.
Related signs: TRIM, CUT, SHEAR.
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