ASL sign for: name

A word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or thing is known, addressed, or referred to.

Repetition: two movements.

Verb: to give a name to (one movement).

Similar sign: MENTION but different meaning in contexts.

Gloss: you name what?

English equivalent: What is your name?

Gloss: you name what?
English translation: What is your name?

This is the standard what is taught in ASL classes. "You name?"

ASL writing for NAME

By ASLwrite community, Feb. 2017.

The two dots represent two movements (twice on the side of the index finger) with two "U" or "H" handshapes.

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