How to Sign "Ava" in Sign Language

Many companies are commonly known in the Deaf community and have their own sign. Ava is one of them!

Signing "Ava"

  1. Handshape: Form your non-dominant hand into an “A.” Form your dominant hand into a “V.”
  2. Hand location: Bring your hands in front of your chest.
  3. Movement: Keeping your non-dominant hand fixed, bring your dominant hand to touch the “A” with your index finger. Then flip the “V” so that your middle finger touches the “A.”
  4. Facial expression: Keep a neutral facial expression.

Fun Fact

It’s common for names that are 3-4 letters to just be fingerspelled. Many people usually refer to Ava as such, but now you know our special name sign!

Break Communication Barriers

Learn more signs on our regularly updated ASL page! As you're picking up sign language, try using Ava for more meaningful conversations with Deaf and hard-of-hearing people.