ASL sign for: dollar

Definition: A basic unit of money in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and other countries that is equal to 100 cents.

Interesting, this ASL sign came from 1913, in which George Veditz signed, "...five thousand dollars" and another, "twenty thousand dollars" in his film, "The Preservation of American Sign Language".

Related signs: dollar sign, MONEY, COIN.

Sentence example

Gloss: MY FRIEND IX1 LOAN-to-me 100 DOLLAR. IX-me MUST PAY-ix1 #BACK SOON.

English equivalent: My friend lent me 100 dollars and I must pay it back soon.