ASL sign for GRIEF

Charles Butler chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Fri Apr 6 02:41:14 UTC 2007

I've seen it with both fist hands and a hands, but the motion is exactly right. Think of wringing out a towel, and you have the right motion.

Adam Frost <adam at> wrote:
  This was the best image that I could find of grief. The person started with more open hands then I do, but it is still correct. (Just a little accent of mine, I guess.)


  On 4/5/07, sutton at <sutton at> wrote:            
  Here it is...I think the sign for GRIEF is hard to write properly, to get the exact palm facing...there seems to be a wrist involved...does anyone have a better way to write it? This is Adam's definition for the sign for can find it under CRY in the ASL Dictionary...Val ;-) 

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