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.
Gloss: my father "have" [loc-left]one brother [loc-right]three sister.
English equivalent: My father has one brother and three sisters.
The modern ASL sign for BROTHER. ASL digit written by Todd Hicks.
The older ASL sign for BROTHER.
ASL digit written and contributed by Adrean Clark in the ASLwrite community, 2017.