5 Responses to “N Words – Baby Sign Language Dictionary”

  1. Chey

    How do you sign “name”

    ADMIN – Hi Chey,

    To sign name you make the sign for the letter H with both hands and you circle them around.

  2. Jakub

    Hi,
    where can I find a list of signable (not spell-signable – I mean signable with one sign) names?
    Also, is the grammar of BSL similar to ASL?

    ADMIN – Hi Jakub,

    I am unfortunately not familiar with the grammar of BSL. As for name lists you might want to consult with the local council for the deaf.

  3. Chey

    How would you sign “ noodle “ or “ noodles?

    ADMIN – Hi Chay,

    Go to our dictionary and look under P for pasta

  4. Sara

    Hi there,
    Ummm…can you please add the sign for “never”?
    Thank you!

    ADMIN – Hi Sara,

    We will look into adding it next year.

  5. Alaina Beaudette

    I love this website and refer to it several times a day, so thank you for all you do!
    My 17-month-old son and I continue to learn a number of new signs every day. I’m struggling to find signs for many foods he’s eating. For instance, in the last two days, I’ve tried looking for all the different berries (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries), noodles, and rice. We would love it if you could put up videos of more foods. My son certainly uses the signs as he continues to practice his verbal skills, as well.
    While I’m at it, we live in San Diego and often visit the zoo and aquarium. However, there are a number of animal signs I don’t know or can’t find. Some of his favorites include penguin, jellyfish, eel, flamingo, camel, rhino, and given the recent holidays, reindeer!
    Thanks for all your help and time!!

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