ASL sign for: they

Definition: Used as third person pronoun serving as the plural of he, she, or it or referring to a group of two or more individuals.

This sign can be incorporated with a number between two and five, excluding the speaker.

Glossed as THEY-TWO, meaning the two of them.

Glossed as THEY-THREE; that is, the three of them.

Sentence example

Gloss: MY SISTER IX1 POSS1 BOSS IX2 TWO-THEY(loc) GOOD+ALONG.

English equivalent: My sister and her boss get along well.

The sign TWO-THEY must be spatially agreed with the referents (sister and her boss).

Note: there is no right gloss for ALONG so it's ALONG (disregard this English word for the ASL meaning/concept).