Signs for SHARK
How do you sign "shark" in ASL?
Definition: A large fish that has sharp teeth and a pointed fin on its back.
Pronunciation (sign description): Dominant "B" hand with the fingers between the non-dominant palm-down forefinger and middle finger both together move in a small curvy zigzag.
Related signs: FISH.
With the 31st overall selection in the 2020 NHL Draft, San Jose Sharks General Manager Doug Wilson and Director of Scouting Doug Wilson Jr. selected Ozzy Wiesblatt, a native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Ref
Ozzy is a coda (child of deaf parents). Doug Wilson Jr. used ASL to announce the 31st pick in the draft, forward Ozzy Wiesblatt, whose parent is Deaf. The use of ASL means a lot to Ozzy and the family.
[Note: ASL writing is not an official standard. This sign language writing remains in a state of open space to allow room for experiment, evolution, and improvement.]
Written ASL digit for "SHARK" contributed by Jolanta in the ASLwrite community, 2018.