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This is how you sign Noon in American Sign Language.

Description

Learn how to sign "noon" in American Sign Language. A flat hand, pointing upward and placed on the back of the non-dominant hand. For memory assistance, visualize the dominant hand as the "sun" and the non-dominant arm as the horizon during noon.

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