Signs for GROSS
There are many ASL signs for 'gross' in contexts. Some are used primarily in Deaf schools. Some other signs are used in the Deaf community. Or, others used in regions.
Meaning: Something unacceptable or unpleasant to a very great amount, degree, or intensity; disgusting, repulsive or nauseating.
Fingerspelled loan is one of some common usage, especially among adults in Deaf community. Fingerspelled loan. Video above contributed by Lee Wingfield (2017).
This sign appears to be used in Deaf schools. Some may continue to use it after grad. But, many use other signs for 'gross'.
Another regional variation contributed by Mi Denson (2017).
Another variation used in some Deaf schools and among adults. Contributed by Jenny Locy.
Another variation in some Deaf schools.
For the meaning "a gross profit or income", use fingerspelling "gross".
[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 "GROSS" ("F" handshape on the opposite side of the chest) in ASLwrite, 2018.
Written ASL digit for "GROSS" (two-handed open-8) contributed by the ASLwrite community, 2018.