rigid englannista suomeksi
2011, David Foster Wallace, ''The Pale King'',Penguin Books, page 5:
- A sunflower, four more, one bowed, and horses in the distance standing rigid and still as toys.
An airship whose shape is maintained solely by an internal and/or external rigid structural framework, without using internal gas pressure to stiffen the vehicle (the gas is at pressure); typically also equipped with multiple redundant gasbags, unlike other types of airship.
(circa) ''Críth Gablach'', published in ''Críth Gablach'' (1941, Dublin: Stationery Office), edited by Daniel Anthony Binchy, §30
(circa) Orthanach, ''A Chóicid chóem Chairpri chrúaid'' from the Book of Leinster, LL line 6094