ASL sign for: coda

Definition: a child of Deaf adults (parent/s).

Codas are commonly referred to hearing children of deaf parents, since about 90% of children born to Deaf parent(s) are hearing. As a result, 10% of children born Deaf to Deaf parents are called "Deaf family" or "doda" (deaf children of deaf parents).

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