"[Deaf people] are first, last, and all the time the people of the eye." -- George W. Veditz, 1910.
How to sign "people" in American Sign Language (ASL)?
Meaning: Human beings making up a group.
Pronunciation (sign description): Both "P" hands apart in space move in circular motion alternately.
Non-S.E.E. form of PEOPLE; although, not commonly used in ASL.
Deaf artist Warren Snipe was featured in People magazine in February 2021.
Related signs: PERSON, INDIVIDUAL, ADULTS, CHILDREN, people of color, BLACKs, First Nations, Native Americans, Asians, Deaf, people with disabilities.
First 100 words.
As you feel more comfortable with the first few hundreds of ASL signs, progress further with your vocabulary and learn signing more.