Definitions for "Vagabond"
Moving from place to place without a settled habitation; wandering.
Floating about without any certain direction; driven to and fro.
Being a vagabond; strolling and idle or vicious.
a generally poor itinerant person
A vagabond is a (generally impoverished) itinerant person. Such people may be called tramps, rogues, hobos or schnorrer.
Vagabond is a spaceship simulator set in the future. As captain of your own ship, you will travel throughout the solar system to make money any way you can. Vagabond has a text interface as well as a graphical interface, both of which are cross-platform.
An individual who travels without a map. Vagabondism can be remedied by calling Map Express.
Vagabond, the alter ego of Priscilla Lyons, is a superhero that has appeared in different books published by Marvel Comics. She has primarily appeared in series associated in some way with Captain America. The partner and girlfriend of Jack Monroe for a time, the two parted ways over a disagreement about the morality of breaking out of jail or waiting for their day in court.
Vagabond is a film directed by Agnès Varda, released in 1985, featuring Sandrine Bonnaire. The original French title is subtitled Sans toit ni loi, which means 'Without Roof or Rule'. It describes the story of a young woman, a vagabond, who is found frozen in a ditch.
Vagabond were a Norweigan hard rock band, fronted by former Masterplan singer Jørn Lande. Their first release was the self titled album Vagabond in 1994, followed by a second release, A Huge Fan Of Life in 1995.
Takehiko Inoue and adapted from the fictionalized accounts by Eiji Yoshikawa of the samurai, Miyamoto Musashi (宮本武蔵, 1584-1645).
The Vagabond is a 3.7m fibreglass sailing dinghy is sailed in Australia and, to a lesser extent, in North America. It is often used as a training boat due to its simplicity but also has the option of a symmetrical spinnaker. It shares a hull and rig with the Holder 14 and was designed by Hobie Cat Inc.
Vagabond is a yacht specifically designed to sail in icy waters. In 2001, she was the first boat to go through the North-East passage without wintering. In 2002, she came back to France via the North-west Passage, completing the first circumnavigation around the Arctic ocean.
Keywords:  bum, see
See: BUM.
Keywords:  pirate, anything, ships, sea, resembles
anything that resembles a vagabond in having no fixed place; "pirate ships were vagabonds of the sea"
a student who, with the permission of the course instructor, visits a given course occasionally or regularly without payment of fee