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Baker's Knot - (noun): the knot a baker would tie in a bag around a slave's neck, since slaves are not permitted wallets or pouches of their own. Slave girls commonly carry a coin in their mouths to pay for goods; the slave is not able nor permitted to untie this knot on their own (book 8, pg.65)

Bakahs - (noun): a minor tribe of the Tahari; they are a vassal tribe of the Kavars

Bana - (noun): jewelry, of precious metals and stones, worn by a free person

Bara - (command; lit. 'belly'): at this command, a slave will lie on their stomach, with wrists crossed behind the back, and with ankles crossed, ready for binding

Barbarian - (noun): A native of the planet Earth; usually used in a derogatory sense in reference to slavegirls from that planet

Ba-ta - (noun): second letter of the Gorean alphabet; corresponds to the Earth letter 'B'

Bazi Plague - (noun): a deadly, rapidly- spreading disease with no known cure; its symptoms include pustules which appear all over the body, and a yellowing of the whites of the eyes

Bazi Tea - (noun): an herbal beverage served hot & heavily sugared; traditionally drunk 3 tiny cups at a time, in rapid succession

Bina - (noun, lit. 'slave beads'): slave jewelry, usually consisting of plain metals, colored string, wooden or cheap glass beads; sometimes used as a slave name

Binding Fiber - (noun): stout twine made of strips of leather or of a fiber like hemp; a piece long enough to circle a slavegirl's waist 2-3 times is often used as a belt for her slave tunic

Binding Strap - (noun): a strap 3/4" wide and 18" long commonly used for binding the wrists and/or ankles of prisoners and slaves

Bint - (noun): small carnivorous freshwater fish which inhabits the rivers of the rainforests inland of Schendi; a large school of bints can strip a carcass in minutes; similar to the piranha of Earth

Blackwine - (noun): coffee; traditionally served with red and yellow sugars.

Blue-Sky Riders - (noun): a warrior society of the Fleer tribe of Red Savages

Bondage Knot - (noun): a knot, tied by a slavegirl in her hair on the right side of her face; it is a silent plea to her master that she be raped

Bond-maid - (noun): the term for a slavegirl used in Torvaldsland also called "a girl whose belly lies under the sword"

Bond-maid gruel - (noun): Slave porridge

Bosk - (noun): large, shaggy, long-horned bovine similar to the Earth cow; cattle

Brak bush - (noun): a shrub whose leaves have a purgative effect when chewed; traditionally, branches of it are nailed to house doors during the Waiting Hand to discourage the entry of bad luck into the house for the New Year

Brand - (noun): a mark burned into the flesh of animals and slaves to mark them as property; specific brands include the kef (common kajira brand), Dina, Palm, mark of Treve, mark of Port Kar, mark of the Tahari, mark of Torvaldsland etc.

Brand, penalty - (noun): small 1/4" brands that mark a convicted liar, thief, traitor, etc.

Brand, thief's - (noun): tiny 1/4", 3-pronged brand worn on the cheek of those of the Caste of Thieves

Branding Rack - (noun): a device to which a new slavegirl is chained for branding; her hands are chained above her head, but the rest of her body is free to move, except for whichever thigh is to be branded, this being held motionless in a large vise

Breeding Wine - (noun): a sweet beverage which counteracts the effects of slave wine, making a slavegirl fertile; also called second wine

Builders, Caste of - (noun): the caste which includes architects, draftsmen, stonemasons, etc.; the Builders are one of the five High Castes included in the government of Gor; their caste color is brown



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