8 Responses to “G Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Hanna

    Could you please add a sign for grain? Like wheat, oat etc. (A field of grain…)

    Thank you!

    ADMIN – HI Hanna,

    I can’t do it immediately as we only add a certain number of signs each year. But this is how you sign it: The sign for grain uses a “G” handshape on the dominant hand to show small bits of grain as if lined up on the index finger of the non-dominant hand.

  2. Jeshu

    Is there a sign of gentle?

    ADMIN – Hi Jeshu,

    I use careful as the sign for gentle.

  3. JoAnne

    What’s the sign language for godmother and godfather?

    Thank you! This site is so helpful.

    ADMIN – Hi Joanne,

    I like to combine the sign for God with the signs for mother and father.

  4. Hannah

    Is there a sign for “Great Grandmother” and “Great Grandfather”? I’m fortunate to have both my grandparents still living, and I know they would love to have my daughter sign to them.

    ADMIN – Hi Hannah,

    To do great grandmother (or great grandfather), you do the same sign as grandmother (or grandfather) and add a third bump.

  5. kristen

    This site is awesome I am teaching myself to sign.

  6. Dora Rodriguez

    This is a very help full web site to learn baby sign language,I have two new grand babies I would love to teach sighing to.

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