Hawaiian Symbol of Love?

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Aloha in the Hawaiian language can mean love, hello, goodbye, affection, regards, fondness and compassion. The Shaka gesture communicates all this and more with just a simple wave of the hand. To send a shaka: make a fist with either hand. Extend the thumb and pinky while keeping the middle fingers curled under. Face your thumb and pinky away from your body and draw an invisible 'j' in the air.
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