Signs for COOL
Definition: Fashionably attractive or impressive.
Pronunciation/articulation: Dominant "5" handshape, fingers flutter with the thumb on the chest.
Pronunciation/articulation: Dominant "T-euro" twists on the cheek. Sometimes, one can see one signing it with the "20" handshape.
Pronunciation/articulation: fingerspelling COOL.
Related signs: NEAT.
Definition: of or at a fairly low temperature; lightly windy; breeze.
Pronunciation/articulation: Two-handed, "B-thumb" handshape, palms in, in space near face/shoulders, flapping twice.
[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.]
Top left: raised eyebrows. The curved line represents a chin. The right digit represents the "20" handshape, twisting on the cheek.
Written ASL contributed by Adrean Clark, ASLwrite.
ASL digit contributed by Todd Hicks, July 2017. Mouth morpheme: oo, "5" handshape wiggling with the thumb on the torso. The top right digit represents 'raised eyebrows' along with the 'oo' mouth morpheme.
Redo by Todd Hicks, April 2018. A minor change in this digit.
Written ASL digit for "COOL" (fingerspelled loan) contributed by the ASLwrite community, July 2018.