ASL sign for: French

Definition: of or relating to France or its people or language.

The same sign for FRANCE.

Phonological variation: The movement or direction of this sign is sometimes the opposite.

It appears to be earliest ASL sign for FRENCH recorded. Signed by George Veditz in the 1913 film, "The Preservation of American Sign Language".

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