Definitions for "Rogue"
A vagrant; an idle, sturdy beggar; a vagabond; a tramp.
An elephant that has separated from a herd and roams about alone, in which state it is very savage.
To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks.
A deliberately dishonest person; a knave; a cheat.
One who is pleasantly mischievous or frolicsome; hence, often used as a term of endearment.
a dishonest or mischievous person
Keywords:  melee, warrior, alphaman, adom, angband
a any class killer, except warriors
a class, rouge is a type of makeup
a melee damage dealing class
an artist with a knife and at home anywhere that there are shadows
Rogue (Anna Marie) is a Marvel Comics superhero, a member of the X-Men. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Michael Golden, she first appeared in Avengers Annual #10 (August 1981). More than most mutants, Rogue considers her powers a curse.
Rogue (born Virgil Roger du Pont III BMI credits artist Virgil Roger DuPont III as the sole writer in songs performed by the Crüxshadows. See also, July 4,1972) is a founding member and creator of the American darkwave band The Crüxshadows. Born in Charlottesville VA to a middle class family, he moved frequently throughout the 1970s and early/mid 1980s, living on or near US Army bases in Europe and the United States.
A worthless plant occuring among seedlings of some choice variety.
To destroy (plants that do not come up to a required standard).
a plant that does not perform to the standard of the stock plant
"Rogue" is the ninth episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Mark Verheiden and was directed by David Carson. It originally aired on January 15, 2002.
an enjoyable Regency romance that actually explains why the hero needs to wed an heiress as opposed to marrying for love
Keywords:  roundabout, fool
a roundabout fool
Keywords:  ladylike, gentlemanly, one
One who is neither gentlemanly, nor ladylike.
Keywords:  temper, horse, bad, habits, broken
Ill-tempered horse.
A horse with a bad temper.
Horse that can not be broken of bad habits.
A site which refuses to enforce anti-spam rules on its users to the extent that it is no longer of any use reasoning with them. Rogue sites are dealt with by a Usenet Death Penalty.
Rogue anti-spyware applications are programs masquerading as anti-spyware tools. In reality, however, when the user attempts to scan the system for spyware, the application will generate false results and provide a false sense of security. Such applications often collect a wide range of information stored on the user's system, and may also display ads according to the information gathered.
n. An AI (q.v.) which has "escaped" from it's node in cyberspace and is no longer under human control.
an educated word for an unprincipled person who behaves badly
In this case, the word describes a playful person.
a character that prefers to live by his cunning, but is capable of fighting his way out of a tight spot
a very versatile character that has the best of both worlds as an extremely strong PvP character and a valued instance teammate
The Safehouse Message boards rather than web site, but looks to have some useful topics on the board layouts.
An unauthorized access point installed on a company's WLAN, typically by a user. Rogue access points present security risks. They rarely conform to the organization's security policies and, typically, no security at all is enabled on them. Rogues present open, insecure interfaces to the company's network. (See intrusion detection). close
Keywords:  decry, designation, name
To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry.
Keywords:  saint, future
a saint of the future
Keywords:  nice, dealer, damage
a nice damage dealer
A variation from the standard type of a variety or strain.
Keywords:  magazine, article, term, see, 'this
'This article is about a magazine, for other uses of the term see Rogue.
Keywords:  film, name, see
For the 2007 film of the same name, see Rogue (2007 film)