Signs for DOLLAR

Definition: A paper money or basic unit of money in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and other countries that is equal to 100 cents.

Movement: either once or twice, depending on co-articulation.

There are phonological variations such as this one. [Video contributed by Greg Eyben, 2019.]

Meaning: One dollar; a monetary unit of various nations, equal to 100 cents.

Related signs: dollar sign, MONEY, COIN, EURODOLLAR.


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Deaf Culture and tidbits

Fascinating, this ASL sign came from 1913, in which George Veditz signed, "...five thousand dollars" and another, "twenty thousand dollars" in his film, "The Preservation of American Sign Language". No paper money back then?

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