RIG, noun A ridge, which see.
RIG, verb transitive
1. to dress; to put on; when applied to persons, not elegant, but rather a ludicrous word, to express the putting on of a gay, flaunting or unusual dress.
Jack was rigged out in his gold and silver lace, with a feather in his cap.
2. To furnish with apparatus or gear; to fit with tackling.
3. To rig a ship, in seamen's language, is to fit the shrouds, stays, braces, etc. to their respective masts and yards.
RIG, noun [See the Verb.]
1. Dress; also, bluster.
2. A romp; a wanton; a strumpet.
To run the rig to play a wanton trick.
To run the rig upon, to practice a sportive trick on.
RIG, verb intransitive to play the wanton.