a lively dance, formerly popular, for one couple, characterized by a jumping step and usually in quick duple meter.
a piece of music for this dance or in its rhythm.
an old Provençal couple dance, light and graceful, in lively duple time
a piece of music for or in the rhythm of this dance
A language for compiler writing. Data strucures are atoms, lists/trees. Control is based on pattern matching. [“Programming Language RIGAL as a Compiler Writing Tool”, M.I. Augustson, Inst of Math and CS of Latvia U, 1987]. (1994-10-28)
noun 1. rigmarole. noun 1. a variant of rigmarole
noun 1. a tubular pasta in short, ribbed pieces. noun 1. macaroni in the form of short ridged often slightly curved pieces
noun, plural rigaudons [French ree-goh-dawn] /French ri goʊˈdɔ̃/ (Show IPA) 1. rigadoon.