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BROTHER in sign language
Learn how to sign "brother" in American Sign Language (ASL).
Meaning: A male sibling.
Phonological variation: "L" handshape or "from 10 on the forehead to L on the hand", and a few other variants.
Etymology: This sign originally came from the compound sign BOY+SAME which was assimilated into a single sign.
Related signs: BROTHER-IN-LAW, SISTER.