Human beings making up a group.
Non-S.E.E. form of PEOPLE; although, not commonly used in ASL.
Gloss: people[t] in-crowd stand-out one girl hair bright red[stress]
English equivalent: Her bright red hair made her stand out from the others.
Writing system: si5s (2013). The main symbol (without the slash) is the same as Japanese character for "people". Did they borrow the character from Japan into ASL writing?
The two bars represent PEOPLE whereas one bar represent TWO-PERSONS and the absence of bar represent PERSON.
This digit is one of a few digits that are "shortened" that don't reflect the ASL sign. Probably for this reason, this digit is also used as an agent (postfix) such as AUTHOR (WRITE+PERSON), DEAF+PEOPLE), etc.
Variation written by ASLwrite, 2014(?).