This is my narrative and a couple relevant references from the Books where Kajira is mentioned.
I make no pronouncements on these matters, but report them as I find them.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I wish you well,
It was recently brought to my attention that, after all these years, I did not have a Main Topic heading for Kajira. And this is a very valid point.
The word Kajira means, slave girl.
La Kajira means, I am a slave girl.
This page is a sort of 're-direct' to the many, many topics listed that begin with "Slave".
Kajira is perhaps the most common expression for a female slave.
"Say 'La Kajira'," I told her.
She looked at me, helplessly. Then she repeated, "La Kajira."
"Again," I commanded.
"La Kajira," said the girl clearly, "La Kajira."
Elizabeth Cardwell had learned her first Gorean.
"What does it mean?" she asked.
"It means," I told her, "I am a slave girl."