It means "you got it," "that's it, exactly." It's used while playing Charades, to let your team members know that the letter, word, or phrase you just said is what you were acting out. You team members are expected to remember that correct piece of the puzzle as they continue to guess the entire answer.
I think it means, "on the money." Like you really got that right and now you understand.
Litterally it is meant to signify "on the nose", i.e. exactly correct.
If the person is tapping the top of the end of their nose, I agree with the first answer, that it means you are correct ('right on the nose'). But if they are tapping the side of their nose, that is more along the lines of: it's a secret.
I think if someone is tapping the side of their nose it means lets do a line__________...
If they are tapping the side of their nose, it can mean keep your nose clean. In other words, don't get into any trouble.
It's from charades - it's like meaning you're close to getting something or you're right.
he raises his hands and points his index finger
bend you left index finger and place your right thumb between your index and middle finger nuckle as far as you can, bend you right index finger over your thumb whilst you other 3 fingers are straight out then place it over your bent over left index finger and have fun entertaining yourself from there.
The index finger is between your thumb and middle finger.
I was taught in nursing school that both the thumb and index finger have a pulse, so that when taking someone else's pulse, use the middle and ring finger
It usually means watch out!
'To index' is to point out or to show something, so the finger with which you point out or showsomething is called the index finger, or just another way of calling it is the pointer finger.
There is no scientific name for the width of the index finger. The name index finger literally means pointing finger.
It goes on the index finger because the index finger is the only finger that has a tendon connected to the heart
is the index finger lateral to the ring fingers
It goes on the index finger because the index finger is the only finger that has a tendon connected to the heartThere is no scientific name for the width of the index finger
you dont shoot with your index finger