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1incognito

adverb or adjective in·cog·ni·to \ˌin-ˌkäg-ˈnē-(ˌ)tō also in-ˈkäg-nə-ˌtō\

: with your true identity kept secret (as by using a different name or a disguise)

Full Definition of INCOGNITO

:  with one's identity concealed
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Origin of INCOGNITO

Italian, from Latin incognitus unknown, from in- + cognitus, past participle of cognoscere to know — more at cognition
First Known Use: 1635

2incognito

noun
plural incognitos

Definition of INCOGNITO

1
:  one appearing or living incognito
2
:  the state or assumed identity of one living or traveling incognito or incognita

First Known Use of INCOGNITO

1638

Rhymes with INCOGNITO

INCOGNITO Defined for Kids

incognito

adverb or adjective in·cog·ni·to \ˌin-ˌkäg-ˈnē-tō, in-ˈkäg-nə-ˌtō\

Definition of INCOGNITO for Kids

:  with someone's identity kept secret <He's traveling incognito.>

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