A to D Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

Above Baby Cage Daddy
Adult Babysitter Cake Dance
Afraid Backpack Camera Dark
Again Bacon Candle Day
Airplane Bad Candy Deer
All Done Bag Car Dentist
All Gone Ball Cards Dessert
Alligator Balloon Careful Diaper
Ambulance Banana Cat Dining Room
Angry Bandage Caterpillar Dinner
Ant Basement Cereal Dinosaur
Animal Basket Chair Dirt
Apple Bath Change Doctor
Art Battery Cheese Dog
Aunt Be Careful Cherry Doll
 Avocado Beach Chicken Dolphin
 Angel Bean Child / Children Don’t
Bear Chocolate Don’t hit
Beautiful Circle Don’t Know
Bed Class Don’t Like
Bedroom Clothes Don’t Want
Bee Cloud Door
Behave Clown Doorbell
Bell Coat Down
Belt Cold Downstairs
Bib Color Drawer
Bicycle Come Dress
Big Computer Dress Up
Bin Cook Drink
Binkie Cookie Drop
Bird Corn Drum
Birthday Count Dry
Bite Cousin Duck
Black Cow  Dryer
Blanket Crab
Blocks Cracker
Blonde Crawl
Blue Cry
Blueberry Cup
Boat  Cupboard
Book Cut
Boots Cute
Bottle  Clean
Box  Cupcake
Boy  Chicken Nugget
Bread  Carrot
Breast Feed
Breast Milk
Bunny Rabbit
Bye Bye
Brush Teeth


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14 Responses to “A to D Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Samantha

    Is there a sign for ¨Bless you¨. Thank you, great site.

    ADMIN – Hi Samantha,

    As in a benediction or as in sneezing?

  2. D

    How do u sign chew?

    ADMIN – Hi D,

    Both hands meet in front of you with fingers pulled closed and mimic the motion of chewing.

  3. Rena Harbeck

    How would you sign bless you for after someone sneezes? My daughter will say bless you and sometimes she’s says/signs excuse me

    ADMIN – Hi Rena,

    To sign bless you you just roll your dominant hand in front of you with fingers extended as if you are putting back a roll of toilet paper that has become undone.

  4. Rosalind Olson

    Is it possible to download the entire dictionary?

    ADMIN – Hi Rosalind,

    It is not, but we have a nicely printed version that is super affordable in our store.

  5. Georgina P

    Hi, what is the sign for “I need to burp” or “burp me”?
    Thank you!

    ADMIN – Hi Georgina,

    To sign burp place your dominant hand in the middle of your breasts with fist closed then open your index to make it point toward your mouth.