M to P Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary

M N O P
Mad Naked Ocean Pacifier
Magazine Nanny Octopus Paint
Magic Napkin Off Pajamas
Magician Near Office Pancakes
Magnet Necklace Okay Panda
Make Necktie Old Pants
Man Nephew Olympics Park
Many Nervous On Party
Mask Neighborhood Onion Pasta
Meat New Open Peach
Medicine Nice Orange Peanut Butter
Melon Night Out Pear
Messy Nightmare Outside Peas
Microwave No Oven Pee
Milk Noise Over Pen
Mirror None Owl Pencil
Mittens Nose Phone
Mommy Now Photograph
Money Number Piano
Monkey Nurse Pickle
Monster Nuts Picnic
Moon Picture
Moose Pig
More Pillow
Motorcycle Pineapple
Mouse Pink
Movie Pizza
Mushroom Plant
Music Plate
 Mustache Play
Playground
Please
Plug
Pocket
Police
Poop
Popcorn
Pot
Potato
Potty
President
Pretzel
Prince
Princess
Proud
Pull
Pumpkin
Puppet
Purple
Push
Puzzle
Parade
Peanut
Popsicle
Pray

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28 Responses to “M to P Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Pattie B.

    My son loves olives. Is the a sign for them? Or, do I have to use the alphabet.

    ADMIN – Hi Pattie,

    Olives are usually finger-spelled. The best approach is to come up with a simplified sign that is unique to you and your baby.

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  2. Bec

    Hi BSL!

    I love this website! I started teaching my daughter at 2 months and by 9 months she could ask for milk, more, all done and please. It’s been so helpful!

    Could you tell me the sign for ‘name’…so I can teach “My name is…”

    Thanks!

    Bec

    ADMIN – Hi Bec,

    Both hands with index and middle finger pointing to the front gun style tap each other once forming an X

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  3. Anne Adams

    Hello. I have a non-verbal student who communicates by AAC and some sign. He has recently been pointing his index finger at his open palm. The open palm is facing as if shaking a hand. His pokes his index finger into it repeatedly. This is something that none of us are familiar with. Could you help?

    ADMIN – Hi Anne,

    That is the sign for owe. As in you owe me a cookie

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  4. Rena Harbeck

    How would you say patience? Like have patience

    ADMIN – Hi Rena,

    Pretty easy. Put your thumbnail on your chin and drag it down a little

    Reply
  5. CAMILLE RAMSEY

    Hi,
    I love your site! I found your website when my daughter was first born and I’ve been teaching her since she was 2 months old. She is now 20 months and knows more than 100 signs! She communicates better than her 2 year old cousin! She is starting to count now and I think she is learning faster and more efficiently because of learning sign language. Thank you again!
    I was also wondering what the sign is for “penguin”?

    ADMIN – Hi Camille,

    Place both hands by your waist with fingers together and palms looking down, Now waddle your hands as if they were penguin feet.

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