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Expressions of Love

In keeping with the spirit of lovers, you might be amused to learn the hand fan in Spanish culture was more than an adornment and for staying cool on steamy nights.

Back in the mid 1800’s freedom of speech for women was absolutely restricted and young women were only allowed in public when chaperoned. The sole purpose was to prevent direct contact with the opposite sex and what evolved was a secret code using the hand fan.

If you’re considering taking up this beguiling form of communication with your suitor, here is your starter kit of the gestures and their meanings that when combined are known as “the language of the hand fan”:


To fan quickly.

I am engaged.


To hold the fan in the lips.

Kiss me.


To open it slowly.

Wait for me.


To open the hand fan with the left hand.

Come and talk to me.


To strike it, closed, on the left hand.

Write me.


To semiclose it in the right and on the left.

I can’t.


To hold it opened, covering the mouth.

I am single.


To hold it in the left ear.

I want you to leave me alone.


To let slide it on the forehead.

You have changed.


To throw the fan.

I hate you.


To move it with the right hand.

I love another.


To let slide it on the cheek.

I want you.


To hold it closed.

Do you love me?


To let slide it on the eyes.

Go away, please.


To touch the edge of the hand fan with the fingers.

I want to talk to you.


To hold it on the right cheek.



To hold it on the left cheek.



To open and close it.

You are cruel.


To fan slowly.

I am married.


To leave it hanging.

We will continue being friends.


To hold the fan with the right hand in front of the face.

Follow me.