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Common Descriptions

Asirtuq- Good Audio Handsign
Asiituq- Bad Audio Handsign
Ang'uq- Big Audio Handsign
Miktuq- Little Audio Handsign
Uqnartuq- Hot Audio Handsign
Pat'snartuq- Cold Audio Handsign
Emtuuq- Loud Audio Handsign
Emkiituq- Quiet No audio Handsign
Alinguq- Scared Audio Handsign
Nunanirtuq- Fun Audio Handsign
Qawartuq- Sleeping Audio Handsign
Iqatuuq- Dirty Audio Handsign
Eprituq- Clean Audio Handsign
Mecu'uq- Wet Audio Handsign
Imaituq- Soft Audio Handsign
Cukartuq; Pirartuq- Fast Audio Handsign
Cukaituq; Piraituq- Slow Audio Handsign

 

KRaas'kaat - Colors

Kawirtuq- Red Audio Handsign
Cungartuq- Blue Audio Handsign
Qaqairnartuq- Yellow No audio Handsign
Cungaruartuq- Green No audio Handsign
Tanlertuq; Tamlertuq- Black No audio Handsign
Qat'rtuq- White No audio Handsign

 

Qaugcinek - How Many? (Quantity)

Tamaita- All No audio Handsign
Cali- More Audio Handsign
Ellma- A little (Some) Audio Handsign
Piituq- All gone Audio Handsign
Awa'i- Enough Audio Handsign
Iqua- End; Finish Audio Handsign
Allringuq; Allriluq- One Audio Handsign
Mal'uk- Two Audio Handsign
Pingayun- Three Audio Handsign

 

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