NOUN in sign language

"A true noun, an isolated thing, does not exist in nature. Things are only the terminal points, or rather the meeting points of actions, cross sections cut through actions, snapshots. Neither can a pure verb, an abstract motion, be possible in nature. The eye sees noun and verb as one, things in motion, motion in things." -- Ernest Fenollosa in The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry.

ASL Signs for NOUN

"What is the sign for 'noun' in American Sign Language?"

Meaning: A part of speech or word that is the name of something (such as a person, animal, place, thing, quality, idea, or action) and is typically used in a sentence as subject or object of a verb or as object of a preposition.


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