American Sign Language: "quit"


The sign for "quit" is based on the idea of "getting out" of something. The sign starts with the dominant "H" hand (think of legs) inside the non-dominant "C"-hand. Then you pull the "H"-hand out of the "C"-hand.
 

QUIT:

 



QUIT:  (version 2)  "get out of"
Can be used for "get out of the car" or "get off of the ride" (at an amusement park) or "Count me OUT!"


 



PARTICIPATE:
You can use the sign JOIN to mean participate.




Here is an initialized version of the sign PARTICIPATE. (Not recommended).
Warning: This sign is considered "Signed English" and should not be used by ASL students.


 


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