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  • Sequence of Movement

    Standing behind the person, both hands form a mouth each (for this purpose all fingers are brought together and form the upper jaw, while the thumb represents the lower jaw). Facing each other and laid on the back of the person being addressed, the formed "mouths" quickly and repeatedly open and close as if two parties were talking.

    Area of Use

     Germany

     Loanword from Denmark

IS: talk

talk (IS)

To express oneself in words; to speak; to express one's thoughts in coherent speech, to communicate; to express oneself to someone [about something, someone]; to have a conversation, to talk.

Example

We need to talk.