ASL sign for: fire

Definition: Combustion or burning, in which substances (fuel or other material) combine chemically with oxygen and typically give out bright light or flame, heat, and smoke.

The movement of two hands may be either alternating or simultaneously upward while wiggling the fingers, depending on the contexts.

Related signs: HOT, EMERGENCY, FIREFIGHTER, BURNING, SMOKE.

Sentence example

Gloss: room ix felt warm enough, interj fire die-down interj

English equivalent: The room seemed warm enough so we let the fire die down.

Written ASL for: fire

ASL writing for fire

Note

ASL writing for FIRE

The hands move upward at the same time. Contributed by Joseph Wheeler, 2015(?).

ASL writing for FIRE

On the other hand, the hands move alternatively. Contributed by Todd Hicks, 2017.