One without clear means of income who is both honest and moving from place to place.

Vago from the Spanish for lazy
Vago from the Italian for not clear
Vago from the French for on the way
Bond meaning a tie, an honest word, or a contract
Bond meaning a debt instrument
Bond meaning something that binds a person or persons to a certain circumstance or line of behavior

Vagobond - one who is both lazy and honorable, without clear motives, constantly moving, probably in debt, and bound to that way of life .
The vagobond only hopped trains when he didn't have money for a ticket.
by R.W. Jackson July 04, 2010

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