ASL sign for: old

The length of time that a person has lived or a thing has existed.

Twice movement for the age-related concept. E.g. "how old are you?" "What is his age?"

For "how old is she?", sign "IX-she OLD?" with the burrowed eyebrows for a wh-question for the sign "OLD?". It means asking how old she is.

However, when telling an age, the movement is once. Gloss: AGE+THREE.

Having lived for a long time; no longer young; old age; elderly; not new.

One movement downward.

Stress: VERY-OLD.

A form of the comparative of OLD.

Gloss: how old you [q]

English equivalent: How old are you?

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