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This is how you sign Blood in American Sign Language.


Learn how to sign “Blood” in American Sign Language(ASL). 1. Just hold your non-dominant hand open in front of your chest. 2. Touch your chin using your index finger with your dominant hand and smoothly transition into a "trickle down" movement over the non-dominant hand (fluttering the fingers of the dominant hand just a bit as it goes down).


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