The hunters and the slave were met at the entrance to Wayuhahaka’s lodge by another slave
The hunters and the slave were met at the entrance to Wayuhahaka’s lodge by another slave, a blond, barefoot girl in a brief, tightly-belted tunic of Waniyanpi cloth. She greeted her master radiantly.
She lowered her head and knelt, crossing her arms over her breast. This, in effect, was a mixture of sign and Gorean convention. Crossing the arms over the breast indicates love in sign. That she had done this kneeling and lowering her head, then, signified submission, love, and that she was a slave. She sprang to her feet at a command from Wayuhahaka.
Blood Brothers of Gor, p. 774