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L

LAID OFF


LAMP


LANDLORD


LAPTOP


LARGE


LAST


LAST-WEEK

You can see an example of LAST-WEEK in the image below:


LAST WEEK

LAST/PAST


LATE


LAUNDRY


LAW


LAWYER


LAZY


LEADER


LEAK


LEARN


LEAVE


LEFT (direction)


LEMON


LETTUCE


LIBRARIAN


LIBRARY


LICK FACE


LIE


LIGHT



This sign is used for the word "light" meaning a lamp or something that gives off light.


LIGHT-OFF

To sign LIGHT-OFF, hold both your hands up in a 5 handshape, palms down with wrists bent downward. This is a classifier to represent "lights." Then, keeping your hands up, close your fingers (bring your fingertips together) to show the lights turning off. You can also do this with one hand to show one light.

LIGHT OFF


LIKE


LIMIT


LION


LISTEN


LIVING ROOM


LOAN-me



An example of LOAN-me can be seen in the video above. He asks, "Do you mind if I borrow your car?" and signs, "LOAN-me CAR, DO-YOU-MIND?"


LOCK


LONGER THAN


LOSE



As in "lose a game."


LOSE WEIGHT


LOST


LOUD


LOUSY


LOVE


LUNCH



Another way to sign LUNCH is to tap the L handshape on your chin.



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