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ASL sign for FOX
How to sign "fox" in American Sign Language (ASL)?
Meaning: A dog-like animal with a pointed muzzle and bushy tail, proverbial for its cunning.
Pronunciation (sign description): Dominant "F" hand with the round of index finger and thumb in front of the nose moves, almost like shakes, generally a couple of times.
Enjoy the "The Rooster and the Fox": a translation of the fable in American Sign Language (2009). For ASL learners, see the English text.
Just to brighten your day.
This doodle depicts a calligraphic form of the fox (originally intended to be a cat but a flop, ha) and the dog in front of the calligraphic tree. Above the animals is a couple of the ASL fingerspelling words; below each of the animals is an ASL written word "posh" (fox) and "curious" (dog). The written ASL below the fox and the dog shows an ASL word "follow"; that is, the curious dog is following the high-and-mighty fox. There is a handshape digit as a leaf drifting down from the branch of a tree.
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