ETYM Greek, without name; an priv. + onom name. Related to Name.
1. Having no known name or identity or known source.
2. Not known or lacking marked individuality.
Being or having an unknown or unnamed source; SYN. unidentified, unknown, unnamed.
Sinonimi: unexampled | new to
(Homonym: gnu, knew, nu).
1. Having no previous example or precedent or parallel; SYN. unexampled.
2. (Often followed by 'to') Unfamiliar; SYN. new to.
3. Not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered.
4. Unaffected by use or exposure.
5. Other than the former one; different.
1. Not drawing attention; SYN. unnoticeable.
2. Not famous or acclaimed; SYN. unknown, unsung.
ETYM For ragman roll. Related to Ragman's roll.
1. A long and complicated and confusing procedure; SYN. rigamarole.
2. A set of confused and meaningless statements; SYN. rigamarole.
1. Being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird; SYN. unusual.
2. Not at ease or comfortable
3. Not known before; SYN. unknown.
(Usually used with 'to') Occurring or existing without the knowledge of; SYN. unbeknownst.
ETYM Old Eng. uncouth, as. uncoe unknown, strange: un- (see Un- not) + coe known, p. p. of cunnan to know. Related to Can to be able, and cf. Unco, Unked.
1. Uneducated in manners; awkward; boorish.
2. Coarse; unrefined.
Not known or well known
Not necessarily inaudible but not heard.
1. Not known to exist.
2. Not known