Introducing a conditional clause; used to talk about the imaginary result or effect of something that may happen or be true; used to say that something must happen before another thing can happen
Fingerspelling loan. The movement may be once, twice, or multiple (wiggling fingers), depending on the contexts.
Fingerspelling loan. One movement.
This old ASL sign appears to be less used, if not obsolete, these days than the other variations above.
Learner Tip: Not to confuse this with COURT.
Related signs: If I were you.
Review 101 words. Refresher.