Signs for WALK

Meaning: Definition: To move over a surface by taking steps with the feet at a pace slower than a run.

Variation.

Walk-related vocabulary

Sometimes it's helpful to go for a walk and clear your head. Or if you're a duck, go for a WADDLE. I'm sure you can fly, but a DUCKWALK is funnier to the viewer. Just imagine seeing a duck AMBLE around. I'm laughing already. It's better than GOOSE-STEPPING, which contrary to popular belief, geese do not do! They are more likely to MARCH, or SAUNTER, and the occasional SHUFFLE. They are not as funny as ducks because if you SWAGGER, STRIDE, TRUDGE, or STRUT past a goose, unhappily they'll STOMP toward you and bite your knee caps and then you'll develop a LIMP and have to HOBBLE for the rest of your STROLL. No, I much prefer the WOBBLE of a duck. They have STAGGER. It's almost like a SLEEPWALKING gopher… All though they tend to do more SCAMPERING or SCURRYING. See, now whatever you were thinking about is out of your head and you're picturing a gophers GAIT. Jobs done, time to head home and drink a glass of wine with gratitude for the all walks of life that we all take for granted on Earth. Now, you know you'll never move to the moon and MOONWALK all the time. Now it's time to TIPTOE to your bed or the refrigerator.

Usage/Grammar

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Written ASL

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ASL written for WALK

Written ASL digit for "WALK" contributed by Adrean Clark in the ASLwrite community, 2018.

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