How to Sign “White” in Sign Language

Colors are likely to come up in any conversation! Whether it’s trying talking about an article of clothing or someone’s favorite color, you’ll be prepared!

Signing “White”

  1. Hand shape: Form your dominant hand into a “closed 5” handshape.
  2. Hand location: In front of body, place dominant hand in the middle of your chest.
  3. Movement: Bring your hand forward, away from your body. Close your palm, bringing your thumb to your fingers.
  4. Facial expression: Keep a neutral facial expression.

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