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This is how you sign Iceberg in American Sign Language.


Learn how to sign “iceberg” in American Sign Language (ASL). Start with both hands in a fist, palms facing each other, and make a bump movement. Then, transition to both fists with palms facing down, with the dominant hand tapping the top of the non-dominant hand. Finally, change both handshapes into a relaxed "5" with palms facing down, as if releasing something on your side, and end with handshapes in a claw, palms facing down. This sequence illustrates the concept of an iceberg.


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