Call and Stand
Stand or Nadu
Stand and Go
"With the older slave girl, one who has already learned something of the meaning of her collar, a mere snapping of the fingers or a small, imperious gesture can have a similarily devastating, triggering effect on her sexuality."
"Rogue of Gor" page 169
Call and Stand (Snapp fingers and palm up)
"I snapped my fingers and Ina hurried to me. As I had kept the palm of my hand up, she did not kneel. She stood happily before me."
"Vagabonds of Gor" Page 327
Leading (Open and close left hand at the waist)
"I held my left hand open, at my waist. She stiffened, and looked at me, angrily. I opened and closed my left hand once. I saw her training in Gorean customs had been thorough. But she never thought that such a gesture would be used to her. She came beside me, and a bit behind me, and, crouching, put her head down, deeply. I fastened my hand in her hair. She winced. Women are helpless in this position."
"Beasts of Gor" page 409
Nadu (Spreading the first and index fingers, pointing downwards)
"He suddenly snapped his fingers and, in the swift double gesture of the Gorean Master, pointed to a place on the dirt floor before him, almost simultaneously turning his hand, spreading the first and index fingers, pointing downwards. I fled to him and knelt before him, my knees in the dirt, in the position of the pleasure slave, my head down, trembling."
"Captive of Gor" page 143
"I spread the first two fingers of my right hand and gestured downward, toward a place nearby in the sand. Immediately she knelt there, her knees widely spread."
"Vagabonds of Gor" Page 328
"Imnak gestured that I should crawl beside him."
"Beasts of Gor" page 206
"I gestured her to her knees, head down."
"Tribesmen of Gor" page 34
"With a gesture I permitted her to rise to her feet."
"Tribesmen of Gor" page 29
"I cautioned her to silence, holding my finger across my lips. This is a very natural gesture. I do not know if the gesture, considered as a Gorean gesture, had an independent development, or if, specifically, somewhere in the remote past, it had an Earth origin. There are many Gorean gestures, of course, some of which are very similar to Earth gestures and some of which are not. Another way of warning an individual to silence, incidentally, is to touch the fingers twice, lightly, to the lips. The origin of that gesture, as far as I know, is uniquely Gorean."
"Players of Gor" page 180
The Lady Gina turned her right hand, back down, to the floor, and lifted it slightly. Both girls, obedient to the gesture; rose together to their feet."
"Fighting Slave of Gor" page 65
Stand or Nadu (Snap Fingers)
"I snapped my fingers. She knelt. I snapped my fingers again. She stood."
"Fighting Slave of Gor" page 215
Stand and Go
"I then gestured her up with a casual motion of my finger and away, that she should hurry to the kitchen."
"Renegades of Gor" page 72
"He gestured that I should remove my garments, and I did so, even to, reading his eyes, the red Koora on my head. He then gestured that I should crawl to him, and kneel, back on my heels, facing away from him."
"Slave Girl of Gor" page 333
"He slapped his right ankle, and pointed to it, and then beckoned me to approach him.
I bent to untie the dark leather which fastened me to the white tree. I first bent to remove the leather from my ankle. But a sharp word from him, and a gesture, indicated to me that I must first remove the tether from about the trunk of the small tree. Doubtless he thought me stupid. Did not any girl know that the last bond to be removed is that on her own body? But I was of Earth and knew nothing of such matters. I struggled, with my small, weak fingers, with the knots. I worked hard, frightened, sweating, that I might be taking too long. But he was patient. He knew the knots he had tied could not be easily undone by one such as I."
"Slave Girl of Gor" page 33
Bara (Hand at the waist palm down first two fingers crosses)
Belly (Hand at the waist palm down all fingers spread)
Sula (Hand at the waist palm up first two fingers spread)