a person who rigs.
a person whose occupation is the fitting of the rigging of ships.
a person who works with hoisting tackle, cranes, scaffolding, etc.
a protective structure around a construction site.
a mechanic skilled in the assembly, adjustment, and alignment of aircraft control surfaces, wings, and the like.
a workman who rigs vessels, etc
(rowing) a bracket on a racing shell or other boat to support a projecting rowlock
a person skilled in the use of pulleys, lifting gear, cranes, etc
noun 1. the ropes, chains, etc., employed to support and work the masts, yards, sails, etc., on a ship. 2. lifting or hauling tackle. 3. Informal. clothing. verb (used with object), rigged, rigging. 1. Chiefly Nautical. to put in proper order for working or use. to fit (a ship, mast, etc.) with the necessary shrouds, […]
- Rigging loft
noun 1. a loft or gallery in a boatbuilder’s yard from which rigging can be fitted 2. a loft in a theatre from which scenery, etc, is raised and lowered
adjective, righter, rightest. 1. in accordance with what is good, proper, or just: right conduct. 2. in conformity with fact, reason, truth, or some standard or principle; correct: the right solution; the right answer. 3. correct in judgment, opinion, or action. 4. fitting or appropriate; suitable: to say the right thing at the right time. […]
noun 1. the position assumed by turning about to the right so as to face in the opposite direction. 2. the act of turning so as to face the opposite direction. adverb 3. facing or in the opposite direction: Move that chair rightabout.