Most gestures differs from other cultural and social settings of a country. 1) Okay hand gesture An Okay or ok is made by connecting the thumb and forefinger in a circle form, a signal for okay or approve, and commonly used in diving signal.
The okay hand gesture is an offensive sign for the South American and southern European.
In Florida and the East Coast of Brazil, Shaka sign means “hang-loose”.
In some states, Shaka sign also means, “hello, goodbye, till next time, or take care.
Mooning Gesture Mooning is the gesture of lowering pants and underwear exposing their bare buttocks which some considered an indecent exposure.
The thumbs-down is a sign of turning-down or disapproval from a person.In the Caribbean , commonly in the Lesser Antilles Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, if the thumb faced yourself and the pinkie finger facing in front (or pointing to a person) it means “sex with that person”.In China the Shaka sign is the symbol of number six.5) Dap Greeting hand gesture The elbow bump gesture is an informal greeting gesture, but during the Avian and swine flu outbreak the health officers used the “rubbing elbow” or elbow-bump as greeting gestures as to prevent spreading the virus from direct contact to any person.High Five Gesture The Moutza hand gesture in Greece which they extend the five fingers in front of the person they want to insult.