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Camisk
Simple, poncho-like slave garment, about 18" wide: a hole cut in the center for the head, belted at the waist.

Binding Fiber

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.

Camisk, Turian

A style of camisk worn by slaves in the city-state of Turia; cloth shaped like an inverted 'T' with a beveled crossbar fastened behind the neck & falls before the wearer's body; the crossbar then passes between her legs & is then brought forward snugly at the hips ; it is held in place by a single cord that binds it at the back of the neck, behind the back, & in front at the waist; think of a t-shirt, that barely covers the crouch.

Chalwar

Baggy pants of diaphanous silk, worn by slavegirls of the Tahari; similar to the harem trousers of Earth

Chatka

The strip of black leather, some 6 inches by 5 feet long, worn like a breech- clout over the curla by the slavegirls of the Wagon Peoples.

Curla

The red waist cord worn slave- girls of the Wagon Peoples; supports the chatka.

Clad Kajir

Among the Wagon Peoples, this phrase refers to slaves who wear four articles; the curla, chatka, kalmak and koora.

Finger symbols

In pairs, made usually of shinny brass...or metal, little round disks, that attach to the forefinger and thumb, that when clashed together in patterns, make a clinging sound.

Kalmak

Vest of black leather worn by the slavegirls of the Wagon Peoples.


Kes

Short tunic of black leather worn by the male slaves of the Wagon Peoples.

Kirtle

The garb of a slave girl of the Torvald thin white woolen garment ankle-length with a deep plunging neckline.

Koora

Strip of red fabric worn as a headband by the slavegirls of the Wagon Peoples.

Pleasure silk

Sheer, clingy form of silk worn only by slavegirls; wraps like a pareau, with a disrobing loop at the left shoulder.

Slave veil

Small triangle of diaphanous yellow silk, worn across the bridge of the nose and covering the lower half of the face; it parodies the heavy veils worn by free women, as it conceals nothing and often arouses the lust of Masters.

Slave livery

A much more modest garment, consisting of an over-the-head piece of clothing not unlike a "sheath-dress" or sun dress. These tend to be simple, brief (usually covering the wearer to the middle of the thigh) and are often employed for tower slaves, work slaves, or household and domestic slaves.

Slave rag

A one-piece, sleeveless, short slave garment

Talmit

Headband

Ta-teera

Similar to a slave tunic, but more ragged and revealing.

Zills

Finger symbols used in dances.



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