Etymology: Fom the Anglo-Latin bondagium, to inhabit. The word entered English prior to the 14 th century referring to the tenure of a serf or slave to his master.
See also: bondage and discipline; burgundy handkerchief; tity (or titty) bondage; vincilagnia (arousal from bondage).
(1) The Detainer (Daliah Lavi), strapped naked on a couch, and the short megalomaniac head of the evil organization SMERSH, Dr. Noah (Woody Allen) in Casino Royale (1967):
-- Detainer: ' Do you treat all the girls you desire this way? '
-- Dr. Noah: ' Yes, oh yes. I undress them and tie them up. I learned that in the Boy Scouts.'
(2) Hairdresser Rita/Susan White (Julie Walters) and a client in Educating Rita (1983):
-- Client: ' Is that a book you're reading? (...) What's it called? '
-- Rita: ' Of Human Bondage.'
-- Client: ' Yeah? My husband's got a lot of books like that.'
-- Rita: ' Somerset Maugham books? '
-- Client: ' No, bondage books. '