To sign play, for the ASL letter ‘Y’ with both hands: stick your thumbs and pinkie fingers out, while curving the rest of your fingers in. Then wiggle both ‘Y’ hands around and in front of you, as if suggesting a bunch of kids playing or running about.
The sign for “insult” uses an index finger. Move the finger forward and up with a twisting motion.
The letter S is signed by holding up your dominant hand into a fist, palm facing out. Make sure your thumb is tucked in front of your fingers. Otherwise, you might sign the letter A by mistake.
Note: If you modify the sign for “crazy” with a sideways “L”-handshape it can mean “LONDON.” Just point at the side of your head with an index finger (like the main version of “crazy”) but have the thumb extended (like an “L”) and do two circles.
To sign toilet, we make a letter ‘T’ with our dominant hand, and we shake it back and forth in front of us.
Placement of certain signs near the forehead indicates a masculine form (boy, dad, brother, uncle, grandfather) and placement near the chin conveys the feminine form.
The letter F is signed by holding up your dominant hand, palm facing out, with your index finger and thumb touching, while your 3 other fingers are held up and spread apart. Make sure to form a circle with your thumb and index finger touching.
How to say the ‘F Word’ in Japanese. There is no direct translation of the F Word in Japanese. ‘Idiot’ or ‘you stupid’. baka yarou.
The letter Z is signed by holding up the index finger of your dominant hand, palm facing out with the rest of the fingers drawn into a fist, and tracing the letter ‘Z’ with your index in the air.
The sign for “drink” is made by forming your right hand into the letter “C.” Move the hand to your mouth in a short arc. DRINK: You can modify the sign DRINK to show the manner in which someone is drinking something.