American Sign Language Video Dictionary - oceanocean - ASL sign for ocean
There is a list of available words with the "All" selection.If you need to, click on the page number.You can look up the word by clicking on the blue link.
It's useful for a single-letter word.There are two things, and one is very short words.To, "he", etc.To find the words and pages in the list.
To get the best result, enter a short word in the search box, then select the alphetical letter and click on the blue link.
You can still see a list of links if you can't find a word, but keep looking until the links disappear.Do eye-sharpening or practice your alphabetical index skill.That's right.
American Sign Language signs are added to the dictionary constantly.Only if a single link doesn't show in the result can you send a request.
The first video may not be the answer you're looking for.There are many signs for different meanings.It is highly recommended to go all the way down to the next search box.
The English language has a different structure in its sentences.In the "ASL Learn" section, you can learn the basics of the language.The present-time verbs and base words are used for seaching signed words.Look up the word "say" if you're looking for something.If you're looking for an adjective word, try the noun or vice versa.E.g.There are no differences in the signs for French and France.If you're looking for a singular word, use it.
Some signs have different variations across North America.For specific local variations, interact with your local community to learn their variations as much as possible.