Rigid Rogues

RIGID

[rij-id]

adjective
1.
stiff or unyielding; not pliant or flexible; hard:
2.
firmly fixed or set.
3.
inflexible, strict, or severe:
4.
exacting; thorough; rigorous:

Origin

1530-40; < Latin rigidus, equivalent to rig(ēre) to be stiff, stiffen + -idus -id4

 

ROGUE

[rohg]

noun
1.
a dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel.
2.
a playfully mischievous person; scamp:
The youngest boys are little rogues.
3.
a tramp or vagabond.
4.
a rogue elephant or other animal of similar disposition.

Origin

1555-65; apparently short for obsolete roger  begging vagabond, orig. cant word