Sign language thumb and pinky

The shaka sign, sometimes known as" hang loose, " is a gesture of friendly intent often associated with Hawaii, and surf culture. It consists of extending the thumb and smallest finger while holding the three middle fingers curled, and gesturing in salutation while presenting the front or back of the hand; the hand may be rotated back and forth for Sep 19, 2018  That is the American Sign Language sign for" I love you.

" If it is made with the thumb and middle fingers touching at the tips, it is a satanic sign 47 rows  Nov 25, 2016  Appendix: Sign language handshapes. Definition from Give baby something to talk about with 20 simple sign language words.

Explore lower your middle and ring finger toward your palm, keeping your thumb, pointer, and pinky fingers up. 3 of 23. How can the answer be improved? Aug 09, 2010  ILY sign Originated in American Sign Language used by deaf and hearing culture. Done by extending the thumb, index finger, and little finger while the middle and ring finger touches the palm.

Informal of love Thumbs up or thumbs down The source is obscure but there are a lot of origin that has been proposed. Folding your three middle fingers down while holding out your thumb and pinky, then twisting your hand around, is a strange gesture to say the least. But if you visit Hawaii, you're likely to see