Dictionary: UNCO – UNCZ


• UNCO
adj. 1. unknown, strange; foreign …c1410 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
adj. 2. rude, uncouth, unseemly …1720 Sc.
adj. 3. remarkable, notable, extraordinary, great, large …1724 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
adj. 4. unusual, out of the ordinary; odd, strange, peculiar, weird, uncanny …1725 Sc.
adj. 5. reserved in manner, shy, bashful …1808 Sc.
adj. 6. weird, uncanny; terrible; unlucky …1828 Sc.
adj. 7. awkward; clumsy; uncoordinated …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
adv. 1. extremely, remarkably, very …1724 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
adv. 2. strangely, peculiarly …1864 Sc. rare
n. 1. a strange or unusual thing or tale; a novelty or piece of news; a wonder; a curiosity; generally plural …1785 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
n. 2. a stranger, a foreigner …1787 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
n. 3. wonder, excitement …1823 Sc.
n. 4. a clumsy, awkward or uncoordinated person …1988 Aust. sl.

• UNCOACTED
adj. not compelled or constrained …1545

• UNCO BODY
n. 1. a stranger, an outsider, a newcomer …1811 Sc.
n. 2. a simple, unimportant person …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNCOCKED
adj. of a hat: not cocked or turned up …1721

• UNCOES
n. news; strange tidings …1785 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNCO FOLK
n. strangers …1774 Sc.

• UNCOFT
adj. unbought …1536 Sc.

• UNCOGGED
adj. 1. not blocked or stopped …1637
adj. 2. of dice: not cogged or loaded …1870

• UNCOGGLED
adj. unbiased, steady …1920 Sc.

• UNCOGIBLE
adj. incapable of being constrained, unrestrainable …1646 obs.

• UNCOGITABLE
adj. unintelligible, incomprehensible …1529 obs.

• UNCOGNISANT
adj. lacking perception …1860

• UNCOGNIZABLE
adj. unintelligible, incomprehensible …1720

• UNCOGNIZED
adj. unobserved, undiscovered …1877

• UNCOGNOSCIBILITY
n. unintelligibility …1802-12

• UNCOGNOSCIBLE
adj. unintelligible, incomprehensible …1810

• UNCOHERENT
adj. incoherent …1588 obs.

• UNCOIF
vb. to tear off an adversary’s head-gear in a quarrel …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOIFING
n. quarrelling …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOLIES
adv. strangely; very much; to an extreme degree …1874 Sc.

• UNCO-LIKE
adj. 1. having a strange appearance, odd-looking, with a wild, strange look, looking out of sorts or woebegone …1660 Sc.
adj. 2. rude, uncouth, unseemly …1822 Sc.
adj. 3. strange, abnormal …1842 Sc.
adv. in a strange manner …1636 Sc.

• UNCOLINS
adv. in a strange or odd manner …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNCOLLY
adj. odd, strange …1853 Sc.

• UNCO-LOOKING
adj. having a wild, strange look …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNCOLOURED
adj. 1. not invested with any deceptive appearance or quality; open, undisguised; not influenced or affected by something …1585
adj. 2. plain, simple …1845

• UNCOLOUREDLY
adv. openly …1561

• UNCOLTED
adj. deprived of a horse …1596

• UNCOLY
adv. 1. very much, to a great or remarkable degree …1820 Sc.
adv. 2. strangely …1874 Sc.

• UNCO MAN
n. a stranger …1768 Sc.

• UNCOMATIBLE
adj. unattainable; inaccessible …1694

• UNCOMBED
adj. rude, inelegant …1633

• UNCOMBINE
vb. to disunite …1595

• UNCOMBUST
adj. unburnt …a1568 obs.

• UNCOME
adj. not yet arrived …1512 obs. exc. N. Eng. dial.
n. a disease …1538 obs.

• UNCOME-AT-ABLE
adj. unattainable; inaccessible …1694

• UNCOMED
adj. unarrived …1792 Eng. dial.

• UNCOMELILY
adv. 1. in an unseemly manner; unfittingly …c1420 obs.
adv. 2. improperly, unduly …1561 obs.

• UNCOMELINESS
n. unruliness …1607 obs.

• UNCOMELY
adv. in an uncomely manner; unsuitably, unbecomingly …c1375 obs.

• UNCOMFORT
n. discomfort …1805
vb. to render miserable …1637 rare

• UNCOMFORTABLE
adj. incapable of being comforted; inconsolable …1592 obs.

• UNCOMFORTABLENESS
n. inconsolableness …a1539 obs.

• UNCOMFORTABLY
adv. inconsolably …a1548 obs.

• UNCOMFORTLESS
adj. miserable …1598 obs.

• UNCOMING
n. failure to arrive …1593 obs.

• UNCOMMENSURATE
adj. disproportionate …1676 obs.

• UNCOMMODED
adj. annoyed, vexed …1683 obs.

• UNCOMMODIOUS
adj. annoying, vexatious …1539 obs.

• UNCOMMODIOUSLY
adv. in an annoying or vexatious manner …1545 obs.

• UNCOMMON
adv. in an unusual degree; unusually, remarkably …1867 Sc.

• UNCOMMON HORN
n. an unusually urgent sexual appetite …2001 UK sl.

• UNCOMMUNICATE
adj. not shared or imparted …1664 obs.

• UNCOMMUTED
adj. not exchanged …1870

• UNCOMPANABLE
 adj. not fit or inclined for society; uncompanionable, unsociable …1555 obs.

• UNCOMPANE
vb. to avoid or shun society …1589 obs.

• UNCOMPANIED
adj. unaccompanied …a1547

• UNCOMPANIONED
adj. unmatched, unequalled …1608

• UNCOMPARABLE
adj. incomparable …1382 obs.

• UNCOMPASSED
adj. not bounded or circumscribed; unlimited …1577

• UNCOMPASSIONATED
adj. unpitied …1867

• UNCOMPEERED
adj. incomparable, unique, unparalleled …1602

• UNCOMPELLABLE
adj. inflexible …1613

• UNCOMPT
adj. 1. of style: inelegant, unpolished …1633 obs.
adj. 2. of persons: not neat in dress or appearance …a1641 obs.

• UNCOMPULSED
adj. unforced …1911 Sc.

• UNCONABLE
adj. improper, unbefitting …a1340 obs.

• UNCONABLENESS
n. unseemly behaviour; unseemliness; unfittingness …a1340 obs.

• UNCONABLETY
n. unseemly behaviour; unseemliness; unfittingness …a1340 obs.

• UNCONABLY
adv. in an unseemly manner; unfittingly; improperly, unduly …a1340 obs.

• UNCONCEIVED
adj. uncomprehended; not understood …1619 obs.

• UNCONCLUDENCY
n. inconclusive argument …1654 obs.

• UNCONCLUDENT
adj. inconclusive …1634 obs.

• UNCONCLUDING
adj. inconclusive …a1643 obs.

• UNCONCLUDINGNESS
n. lack of conclusion …1647 obs.

• UNCONDESCENDABLE
adj. incapable of coming down; heavenly, sublime …1683 obs.

• UNCONDESCENSION
n. haughtiness, disdainfulness …1681

• UNCONDESCENSIVE
adj. haughty, disdainful …1681 obs.

• UNCONDITED
adj. unseasoned, unflavoured …a1667 obs.

• UNCONDITIONABLE
adj. free from conditions, unconditional …1642 obs.

• UNCONDITIONATE
adj. not subject to or limited by conditions; unconditional …1642

• UNCONESS
n. strangeness, peculiarity, eccentricity …1637 Sc.

• UNCONFIRMED
adj. uninstructed, ignorant …1588 obs.

• UNCONFORMIST
n. a nonconformist …1640 obs.

• UNCONFORMITANT
n. a nonconformist …1605 obs. rare

• UNCONNEXED
adj. disconnected …1716 obs.

• UNCONSCIONABLE
n. an arrant rogue …1825

• UNCONSCIOUS
adj. performing instinctively (and successfully) …1990s US college sl.
n. 1. a day-dreamer …1920s sl.
n. 2. a fool …1920s US college sl.
n. 3. a giddy girl …Bk1942 Amer. college sl.

• UNCONSIDERANCE
n. neglect of something …1546 obs.

• UNCONSIDERER
n. a careless or thoughtless person …c1456 obs.

• UNCONSTABILITY
n. want of stability; inconstancy; changeableness …1611

• UNCONSTANCE
n. inconstancy …c1449 obs.

• UNCONSTANT
adj. unfaithful in love or wedlock …1561 obs.

• UNCONSTANTNESS
n. inconstancy …1551 obs.

• UNCONSTANTY
n. inconstancy, changeableness …1563 obs.

• UNCONSULTED
adj. uncounselled, unadvised …1567 obs.

• UNCONTENTED
adj. discontented …1890 Eng. dial.

• UNCONTROLLABLE
adj. indisputable, irrefutable …1577 obs.

• UNCONTROVERSABLE
adj. undoubted, indisputable …1617 obs.

• UNCONVENIENT
adj. inconvenient …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOOL
adj. unpleasant, aggressive, dangerous; excitable; tending to show your feelings more than is prudent or advisable …1953 US sl.

• UNCOQUED
adj. uncooked …1617 obs.

• UNCORE
adj. unchosen; not employed; unused …a1300 obs.

• UNCORKED
adj. drunk …Bk2009 sl.

• UNCORN
n. dissolute conduct in youth; ‘wild oats’ …1513 Sc. obs.

• UNCORRUMPED
adj. unadulterated, undiluted, uncorrupted …a1400-50 obs.

• UNCORRUPTED
adj. of drinks: unmixed with water …Bk1902 colloq,

• UNCORSAYED
adj. not trained, not broken in …a1400-50 obs.

• UNCORSE
vb. to remove from the body …c1470 obs.

• UNCORVEN
adj. unpruned …c1380 obs.

• UNCOSOME
adj. awkwardly or perversely disposed …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOST
n. 1. bad disposition; evil nature …c1220 obs.
n. 2. additional or incidental expenses …c1480 obs.

• UNCOTH
adj. strange, unfamiliar; unusual; unseemly …1684 Eng. dial.
adv. very, uncommonly …1895 Eng. dial.

• UNCOTTERED
adj. unravelled …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOUCH
adj. strange, awkward (possibly a misprint for ‘uncouth’) …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOUNSELFOW
adj. unadvisable …Bk1905 Sc. obs.

• UNCOURTESY
n. discourtesy, incivility …c1380 obs.

• UNCOUS
adj. 1. hooked, curved …1658 rare
adj. 2. melancholy …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCOUTH
adj. 1. of facts or matters of knowledge: unknown; also, not certainly known, uncertain …c897
adj. 2. of an unknown or unfamiliar character; unusual, uncommon, strange; marvellous …c900 rare
adj. 3. unknowing, ignorant …c1220 obs. rare
adj. 4. of a strange and unpleasant or distasteful character …c1380 obs.
adj. 5. unrecognizable …1390 obs.
adj. 6. pert. to other nations; foreign …1533 Sc. obs.
adj. 7. of places: not commonly known or frequented; solitary, desolate, wild, ragged, rough …a1542
adj. 8. unseemly, indecorous …1589 obs.
adj. 9. of life, surroundings, etc.: unattractive, unpleasant, uncomfortable …1611 obs. or arch.
adj. 10. strange; uneasy; at a loss …1660 obs.
adj. 11. of people, animals, things, places: unknown, unfamiliar, strange …1721 Sc.
adv. very, exceedingly, extremely, to a marked degree …1706 Sc.
n. 1. an unknown person; a stranger …a1225
n. 2. quaint or novel anecdote …1790 Eng. dial.

• UNCOUTHIE
adj. 1. unfriendly, inhospitable, dreary, awe-inspiring, fear-inspiring …1768 Sc.
adj. 2. dreary; uncomfortable; unfriendly …1768 Sc.
adj. 3. eerie, full of dread or fear …1808 Sc.
adj. 4. unseemly, uncouth …1825 Sc.

• UNCOUTHLY
adj. awkward …1821

• UNCOUTHS
n. things not commonly known; news …a1529

• UNCOUTHSOME
adj. unfavourable, unpleasant …1684 rare

• UNCOUTHY
adj. 1. dreary, causing fear …1768 Sc. obs.
adj. 2. unfriendly, inhospitable …1768 Sc.
adj. 3. under the influence of fear …Bk1905 Sc. obs.
adj. 4. unseemly …Bk1905 Sc.

• UNCOVENABLE
adj. 1. inappropriate, unsuitable, unfitting …c1374 obs.
adj. 2. unseasonable …c1380 obs.

• UNCOVER
vb. to drive a fox out of cover …1824 Sc. obs.

• UNCOVERLICH
adj. irrecoverable …c1230 obs.

• UNCRAFTILY
adv. unskilfully …1519 obs.

• UNCRAFTINESS
n. unskilfulness …c1520 obs.

• UNCRAFTY
adj. not dexterous or ingenious; unskilful …1483 obs.

• UNCRAIZED
adj. uncracked, unbroken …1848 Sc. obs.

• UN-CRED
adj. unfashionable …2001 UK sl.

• UNCREDIBILITY
n. the state of being unbelievable …1486 obs.

• UNCREDIBLE
adj. 1. very great and incredible …c1440 obs.
adj. 2. incredulous, unbelieving …1553 obs. rare

• UNCREDIT
vb. to distrust; to discredit …1615 obs.

• UNCREDITABLE
adj. discreditable; disreputable …1643

• UNCRIED UP
adj. not extolled or praised …1630

• UNCROSSED
adj. not thwarted, opposed, or resisted …a1634

• UNCROWNED KING
n. an unofficial but recognized leader in a particular field …Bk1996 Aust. sl.

• UNCRUBEET
adj. uncurbed, unrestrained; uncropped, untrimmed …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCRUNK
adj. of an engine: stalled, unable to start …1973 Amer. dial.

• UNCRUNKED
adj. of an engine: stalled, unable to start …1972 Amer. dial.

• UNCRY
vb. to countermand …1594 obs.

• UNCTION
n. 1. a soothing influence or reflection …1602
n. 2. an auction …1830 Sc.
n. 3. punishment; an unpleasant or dangerous experience …1921 Sc.

• UNCTION BODY
n. an auctioneer …1933 Sc.

• UNCTIONEER
n. an auctioneer …1871 Sc.

• UNCTIONER
n. an auctioneer …1830 Sc. obs.

• UNCTIOUS
adj. giving consolation or relief …1645 obs.

• UNCTUOSE
adj. of the nature or quality of an unguent or ointment; oily, greasy …c1400 obs. rare

• UNCTUOSITY
n. oiliness, greasiness …1398

• UNCTUOUS
adj. 1. of the nature or quality of an unguent or ointment; oily, greasy …1387
adj. 2. of meat: greasy, fat, rich …1495 arch.
adj. 3. having an oily or greasy feel or appearance …1668
adj. 4. sanctimonious …1742
adj. 5. complacent …1822

• UNCTURE
n. ointment …c1400 obs.

• UNCULAR
adj. belonging to an uncle …1847 rare

• UNCULPABLE
adj. not culpable or blameworthy; free from fault or blame …1382 obs.

• UNCULT
adj. uncultured …1675 obs.

• UNCULTED
adj. wild, uncultivated …1548 obs.

• UNCULTIVED
adj. wild, uncultivated …1605 obs.

• UNCUMBER
vb. to free from encumbrance; to disencumber; to remove obstacles …c1440

• UNCUNNE
n. improper conduct …c1200 obs.

• UNCUNNESS
n. ignorance …c1250 obs.

• UNCUNNING
adj. of persons: ignorant, unlearned, unskilful, stupid …1340 arch.
n. lack of knowledge; ignorance …c1290 obs.

• UNCUNNINGHEAD
n. unfamiliarity with, inexperience …1340 obs.

• UNCUNNINGLY
adv. ignorantly, unskilfully …a1340

• UNCUNNINGNESS
n. ignorance; unskilfulness …a1325

• UNCUNNINGSHIP
n. unfamiliarity with, inexperience …a1300 obs.

• UNCUNT
vb. to withdraw the penis from a woman’s vagina …1961 US sl.

• UNCUNTY
adj. unattractive, lacking sex appeal …1970s sl.

• UNCURE
vb. to uncover; to disclose …c1440 obs.

• UNCURIOUS
adj. 1. not elaborately made …1598 obs.
adj. 2. clear, intelligible …1601-3 obs.
adj. 3. wearisome, tedious …1684-5

• UNCURIOUSLY
adv. in a plain or unelaborate manner …1490 obs.

• UNCUS-POKE
n. a gossip; a very talkative person …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

• UNCUSTOM
n. an improper or illegal tax …1569 Sc. obs.
vb. to disaccustom …1530 obs.

• UNCUSTOMABLE
adj. not according to custom; unusual …1387 obs.

• UNCUSTOMED
 adj. 1. unaccustomed to something …c1520 obs. or arch.
adj. 2. not customary; unusual …1552 obs. or arch.
adj. 3. smuggled, not having paid duty …1818 Sc. & Eng. dial.

• UNCUT
adj. 1. of drugs: pure, unadulterated …1930s sl.
adj. 2. not circumcised …1957 US sl.
vb. to sever by cutting …1611 obs.


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