Origin of Rig-Veda
OTHER WORDS FROM Rig-VedaRig·ve·dic [rig-vey-dik, -vee-], /rɪgˈveɪ dɪk, -ˈvi-/, adjective
How to use Rig-Veda in a sentence
A tugboat improbably sits high on the bank, obscured by tall grass, a broken oil rig hangs over the water nearby.The Congo's Forgotten Colonial Getaway|Nina Strochlic|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Blue Book on this rig is about $750,000, and we got it for nothing.Why Does My Kids’ Elementary School Need a Tank?|Andy Hinds|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The son walked alongside the fire rig that bore the flag-covered coffin.The Flying New York Fireman Who Shined on 9/11|Michael Daly|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You do that to a certain extent with performance capture by the way you calibrate the model of Caesar—or the rig, as we call it.
What if a wind turbine could help make an oil rig work more efficiently?Renewables Can Make Fossil Fuel More Efficient|The Daily Beast|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Eve looked very pretty in her skating rig, and she was a splendid skater, too.The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
Smith: No, my lud—ve're the rig'lar chimbly sveeps vot sveeps his ludship's chimblys.
The rig drew up with a rush in front of the gate, and the two officers dropped out.
Instead of using the doctor's rig for the return to town, the officers appropriated the red roadster.
She hired a rig of a livery-stable keeper, who said he could not possibly take her beyond the Indian agency.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman