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An '''earring''' was a piece of jewellery worn on the ear. Most [[Bajoran]]s wore an earring as a symbol of [[Bajoran religion|their faith]].
 
An '''earring''' was a piece of jewellery worn on the ear. Most [[Bajoran]]s wore an earring as a symbol of [[Bajoran religion|their faith]].
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Bajorans who had been [[attained]] were not permitted to wear their earring.
   
 
[[Ro Laren]] wore a Bajoran earring to symbolise her pride in being Bajoran. However she did not follow the Bajoran faith so wore the earring on the wrong ear to discourage [[vedek]]s trying to feel her [[pagh]], which was normally done by squeezing the left ear. ({{n|DS9|Avatar}})
 
[[Ro Laren]] wore a Bajoran earring to symbolise her pride in being Bajoran. However she did not follow the Bajoran faith so wore the earring on the wrong ear to discourage [[vedek]]s trying to feel her [[pagh]], which was normally done by squeezing the left ear. ({{n|DS9|Avatar}})

Revision as of 03:36, May 20, 2008

An earring was a piece of jewellery worn on the ear. Most Bajorans wore an earring as a symbol of their faith.

Bajorans who had been attained were not permitted to wear their earring.

Ro Laren wore a Bajoran earring to symbolise her pride in being Bajoran. However she did not follow the Bajoran faith so wore the earring on the wrong ear to discourage vedeks trying to feel her pagh, which was normally done by squeezing the left ear. (DS9 novel: Avatar)

In 2369 Ro's earring was useful in locating her when she was involved in a shuttlecraft accident. The unique metals used in it's construction allowed it be more detectable in sensor scans. (TNG comic: "Light of the Day")

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