Kajira

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The word is usually seen in the feminine form "kajira" (plural "kajirae"), as most slaves in the Gorean lifestyle are female; the masculine forms are "kajirus" and "kajiri" (following the rules of  nominative adjective morphology in the Latin language, as seen also with words such as "alumnus"/"alumna", etc.).  The construction "kajiras" is incorrect, but is occasionally seen in third-party writing
 
The word is usually seen in the feminine form "kajira" (plural "kajirae"), as most slaves in the Gorean lifestyle are female; the masculine forms are "kajirus" and "kajiri" (following the rules of  nominative adjective morphology in the Latin language, as seen also with words such as "alumnus"/"alumna", etc.).  The construction "kajiras" is incorrect, but is occasionally seen in third-party writing
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For further information and explanations, see the relevant entries in article [[Gor - Dictionary]].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Gor - Dictionary]]
 
 
*[[Gorean slave positions]]
 
*[[Gorean slave positions]]
  
 
[[Category:BDSM]]
 
[[Category:BDSM]]

Revision as of 19:26, 4 November 2010

One version of the Kajira "Kef" symbol or "Staff and fronds", symbolizing "beauty under discipline"

Kajira is the term for "slave-girl" in John Norman's Gor novels. Slaves in the Gorean lifestyle will refer to themselves as kajirae. The phrase "la kajira" is said to mean "I am a slave-girl" in the main Gorean language (the most widely-spoken lingua franca in the known regions of the planet Gor); this is one of the few complete Gorean-language sentences given in the Gor novels.

The word is usually seen in the feminine form "kajira" (plural "kajirae"), as most slaves in the Gorean lifestyle are female; the masculine forms are "kajirus" and "kajiri" (following the rules of nominative adjective morphology in the Latin language, as seen also with words such as "alumnus"/"alumna", etc.). The construction "kajiras" is incorrect, but is occasionally seen in third-party writing

For further information and explanations, see the relevant entries in article Gor - Dictionary.

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