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gag, common (noun): heavy, rolled-leather wadding thrust back behind the teeth, over the tongue of a slave, secured in place by a broad, mouth-covering strap, with three smaller straps attached to it. Book 22: Dancer of Gor, page 271


game of favors (noun): a game played by Free Woman at the Carnival where each woman is given ten scarves and must run about asking for the men to accept her favor; the goal to be the first to get rid of the scarves and run back. Book 20: Players of Gor, page 44 


gant, jungle (noun): a bird, related to the marsh gant, which inhabits the rainforests inland of Schendi 


gant, marsh (noun): a long-legged marsh bird with a piping cry; similar to a curlew? 


garbage death (noun): the death for a slave where a slave is bound naked, and thrown to canal urts, as in Port Kar. Book 10: Tribesmen of Gor, page 313 


garden, walled (noun): term used for the place highborn Free women are raised in until a suitable suitor is found. Book 1: Tarnsman of Gor, page 107 and 108 


giani (noun): a large mammal of solitary habits which inhabits the rainforests inland of Schendi Book 13: Explorer's of Gor, page 312 


gieron (noun): a drug, an allergen, which causes a yellowing of the whites of the eyes; in combination with sajel, it reproduces the symptoms of the Bazi plague Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 154 


gim, horned (noun): a small owl-like bird, c. 4 ozs. in weight, which inhabits the forests of northern Gor Book 7: Captive of Gor, pages 39 and 97 


gim, lang (long?) (noun): an insectivorous bird which inhabits the rainforests inland of Schendi Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 311 


gim, yellow (noun): a bird, related to the horned gim, which inhabits the rainforests inland of Schendi Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 31 


gint (noun): a tiny (6") freshwater fish which inhabits the rivers of the rainforests inland of Schendi; it has bulbous eyes & flipper-like fins; is amphibious, having both lungs & gills; is capable of walking on its pectoral fins; often found in the comp any of tharlarion, feeding off the scraps of their kills Book 13: Explorers of Gor, pages 299 and 384 


gint, giant (noun): a large cousin of the gint found in western Gor, similar in appearance, but with a 4-spined dorsal fin; is also amphibious and capable of walking on its pectoral fins Book 13: Explorers of Gor, pages 384 and 389-390 


girl catch (noun): a contest to settle disputes where young women free and slave are captured by the opposing village within a boundaried area. Book 12: Beast of Gor, page 41 Book 25: Magicians of Gor, page 40 


girl-capture chain (noun): short chain used specifically to capture without serious damage; similar to the garrote in use but with chain in place of thin wire. Book 17: Savages of Gor, page 180 


girl-yoke (noun): a narrow piece of wood c. 5' long with holes drilled in the middle and at each end; to secure a girl in this yoke, a thong is tied around one wrist, the end of the thong then being passed through the hole in one end of the yoke; thon is then passed through the middle hole of the yoke, wrapped around the girl's neck 5 times, then passed back out through the same hole, after which it is passed through the hole at the other end of the yoke, so that her other wrist may be tied to the yoke; shorter (2 1/2' long) versions are sometimes used while the girl is serving her master's pleasure; used mostly among the Red Savages of the Barrens Book 17: Savages of Gor, page 281 


girth cloth (noun): feed sacks, made of rough cloth are cut into strips, hemmed and sewn together to create a cloth ten feet long and one yard wide, This cloth is used to wrap newly hatched tharlarions as they emerge from the hot sand. Book 14: Fighting Slave of Gor, page 262 and 272 


gitch (noun): biting insect; description is vague, although it is used near mention of roaches. Book 21: Mercenaries of Gor, page 277 


gladius (noun): a short double-edged Gorean sword Book 21: Mercenaries of Gor, page 387 


glana (adv): a female who is no longer a virgin or 'glana' preceded by the state of 'profalarina' indicating a female who is about to be 'falarina' and before that by 'meta glana' one who looks forward to her deflowering. Book 17: Savages of Gor, page 203 Book 22: Dancer of Gor, page 128 


Glass of the Builders (noun): apparently a spy glass or telescope. The following annotations describe it as long and used for observation, being 'snapped shut' after use aboard a ship. Book 6: Raiders of Gor, pages 197, 201-203, 259, 260, and 271 


glave (noun): lighter, bladed, poles used by polemen on barges to cut through rushes and sedge in the marshes. Book 6: Raiders of Gor, page 69 


Golden Beetle (noun): an insect, roughly the size of a rhinoceros, which lives in the caverns below the Nest of the Priest-Kings in the Sardar Mountains; its prey is the Priest-Kings them- selves. It releases an aroma and exudate which is so compelling to a Priest-King that to die by that method is referred to as succumbing to the 'Pleasures of the Golden Beetle' Book 3: Priest-Kings of Gor, pages 180 and 274-276 Book 10: Tribesmen of Gor, page 31 


golden eating prong (noun): an eating utensil used in Turia, it has a single tine. Book 4: Nomads of Gor, page 83 Book 12: Beasts of Gor, page 21 


golden slash (noun): a golden sash or scarf tied around the forehead of an assassin, this is the symbol that he is a messenger only, and not to be detained in any way. Book 1: Tarnsman of Gor, pages 176 and 182 


golden sphere (noun): sought by Saphar for it's value and thought to be a golden Priest King egg, it was later found to be a worthless tharlarion egg painted gold by Tuchuks. Book 4: Nomads of Gor, page 316 


Gor, planet of (noun): as Tarl was taught by his father, 'Gor is the name of this world'. In all the languages of the planet, it means 'Home Stone'. The planet is also called the Counter-Earth from the writings of the Pythagoreans who first speculated on it's existence. According to the Initiates, Gor was originally a satellite of a distant sun in the Blue Galaxies. It was moved several times from star to star by the Priest-Kings, by one theory, but, according to the 'Theory of the Sun Shield', it has remained in the same place, undiscovered because it is placed as a counterpoise to the Earth. It has the same plane or orbit and maintains that position, with occasional adjustments by the Priest-Kings, to always keep 'The Central Fire' between it and it's planetary sister, Earth. Book 1: Tarnsman of Gor, pages 26, 28, 32 and 33 


gorean love bow (command): a girl is arched backward and bound over an object for usage exposing her fully to the Master. Book 9: Marauders of Gor, page 261 


grasshopper, red (noun): beyond color, this insect is described as weighing around 4 ounces. Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 293 


greetings (interjection): common expression used by goreans in salutation and recognition. Book 6: Raiders of Gor, page 153 Book 7: Hunters of Gor, page 62 Book 10: Tribesmen of Gor, page 253 Book 12: Beasts of Gor, page 196 Book 16: Guardsman of Gor, page 141 Book 21: Mercenaries of Gor, page 444 Book 22: Dancer of Gor, page 309 


grub borer (noun): an insectivorous bird which inhabits the rainforests inland of Schendi Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 311 


grunt (noun): a large carnivorous salt-water fish which inhabits Thassa; is often attracted by the blood of a wounded creature. Book 9: Marauders of Gor, page 59 


grunt, blue (noun): a small, voracious, carnivorous freshwater fish, related to the Thassa grunt; like its larger cousin, it is attracted by blood Book 13: Explorers of Gor, page 267 


gunni (noun): training devices used by arena fighters which consist of lead weights with handles, each weighing about the same as a sledge hammer. They are held during training for muscle strengthening. Book 14: Fighting Slaves of Gor, page 239 


Gur (noun): thin, white honey-like liquid secreted in the Nest by a large, grey domesticated arthropod which feeds on Sim plants; when fermented in the social stomachs of somnolent Priest-Kings, ritually fed to the Mother of the Nest on the Feast of Tola Book 3: Priest-Kings of Gor page 214 


Gur Carriers (noun): mutated Muls who can climb walls and who gather the fermented Gur for the Feast of Tola Book 3: Priest-Kings of Gor, page 166 

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