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Gorean Dictionary – O

oar dance (noun)
a feat of agility performed by the rovers of Torvaldsland, that of leaping from moving oar to moving oar of the Serpent ships of the Torvald. Apparently a celebratory act. (Book 9: Marauders of Gor, pages 82-83)
obeisance position (position)
a position of extreme deference which is described as a slave deeply bowing her head from the basic pleasure slave position, often flattening her palms against the floor and leaning forward to lick and kiss the boots of a Free person. (Book 15: Rogue of Gor, page 299; Book 21: Mercenaries of Gor, page 409; Book 22: Dancer of Gor, pages 114 and 186)
Octavii (noun)
ranked as first and second, these individuals are deputy commissioners in the records office of a city. (Book 25: Magicians of Gor, pages 442 and 454)
Official Stone (noun)
a solid metal cylinder that is kept near Sardar. Four times a year on a set day during the fairs cities have the chance to test it against the standard stone. (Book 6: Raiders of Gor, page 127)
oil clock (noun)
mentioned as an example of the chronometer technology available on Gor. (Book 25: Magicians of Gor, page 358)
oil, veminium (noun)
by-product of Veminium petals being boiled in water; a scented oil used in middle to upper class homes to rinse hands before and after eating. (Book 10: Tribesmen of Gor, page 50)
olakota (noun)
Kaiila word meaning peace. (Book 17: Savages of Gor, page 257)
olive, red (noun)
from the groves of Tyros, not otherwise described. (Book 6: Raiders of Gor, page 114)
Olni River (noun)
A large tributary of the Vosk River that stretches northeast from the Vosk at Lara and north of Tharna. Lara, Vonda, Port Olni and Ti are the cities forming the Salerian Confederation, all of which lie on the Olni River. (Book 14: Fighting Slave of Gor, page 171)
Omen Year (noun)
a season, rather than a year, calculated by the Wagon Peoples into three phases. The first phase is called the ‘Passing of Turia’, in the fall; the ‘Wintering’, which takes place north of Turia and south of the Cartius River, and, finally the ‘Return to Turia’ in the spring (also called ‘Season of Little Grass’). The omens are taken near Turia by the haruspexes, mostly readers of bosk blood and verr livers. Depending on their determination an ‘Ubar San’ might be chosen, the Ubar of all the Peoples. In the time of Tarl Cabot, the omens had not been favorable for one hundred years. (Book 4: Nomads of Gor, pages 11-12)
omnion (noun)
a letter of the Gorean alphabet, corresponds to the letter “o”. (Book 11: Slave Girl of Gor, page 383)
onkos (noun)
a towering, imposing headdress used by actors in serious dramas.
one-strap (noun)
one of a series of straps used in the navigation of a Tarn, namely for climbing steeply; it is also a command for Tarns trained in verbal cues. (Book 2: Outlaw of Gor, pages 130 and 177)
opals, common (noun)
milky in color. Because they are much more rare on Gor they are of more value than those of Earth. (Book 10: Tribesman of Gor, page 92)
opals, flame (noun)
reddish and blue in color. Because they are much more rare on Gor they are of more value than those of Earth. (Book 10: Tribesman of Gor, page 92)
open-legged tie (noun)
right wrist is tied to right ankle, and left wrist to left ankle, with about six or seven inches of slack between wrist and ankle. It is not good for general security but is it a good and familiar slave tie. One advantage of this is that a girl may kneel comfortably for hours. (Book 17: Savages of Gor, page 207)
Or (noun)
a unit of ten warriors of the Wagon Peoples. (Book 4: Nomads of Gor, page 175)
Oralu (noun)
a unit of a thousand warriors of the Wagon Peoples. (Book 4: Nomads of Gor, page 175)
orgasm, slave (noun)
powerful orgasm in which a slave completely yields to the Master, after which she can never be anything but a man’s slave. (Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 13)
Orlu (noun)
a unit of a hundred warriors of the Wagon Peoples. (Book 4: Nomads of Gor, page 175)
ost (noun)
tiny snake, about 12” long, bright orange in color; its venom causes extremely painful death within seconds; the ost of the rain forests inland of Schendi are red with black stripes. It is the most venomous snake on Gor. (Book 2: Outlaw of Gor, page 26)
ost, rainforest (noun)
a snake of the rainforests inland of Schendi, red with black stripes (Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 311)
ostraka (noun)
token given for admittance to a Gorean performance. These were apparently originally shells or pieces, shards, of pottery, but now were generally small clay disks, with a hole for a string near one edge. These were fired in a kiln, and glazed on one side. The glazing colorations and patterns are difficult to duplicate and serve in their way as an authentication for the disk, the glazing differing for different performances or events. The unglazed back of the disk bears the date of the event or performance and a sign indicating the identity of the original vendor, the agent authorized to sell them to the public. Some of these disks, also, on the back, include a seat location. Most seating, however, in Gorean theaters, except for certain privileged sections, usually reserved for high officials or the extremely wealthy, is on a first-come-first-served basis. These ostraka, on their strings, about the necks of their owners, make attractive pendants. Some are worn even long after the performance or event in question, perhaps to let people know that one was fortunate enough to have been the witness of a particular event or performance, or perhaps merely because of their intrinsic aesthetic value. Some people keep them as souvenirs. Others collect them, and buy and sell them, and trade them. If the event or performance is an important one, and the ostraka are limited, their number being governed by the seating capacity of the structure or area in question, it is unlikely that they will be publicly displayed until after the event or performance. Needless to say some profiteering occasionally takes place in connection with the ostraka, a fellow buying a few for a given price and then trying to sell them for higher prices later outside, say, the stadium or theater.
oval, slave (noun)
a method of chain a slave girl consisting of a hinged iron loop which locks around her waist with two sliding wrist- rings and a welded ring in the middle of the back. (Book 11: Slave Girl of Gor, page 146)
oysters (noun)
from the delta of the Vosk. (Book 7: Captive of Gor, page 301)



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