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1unco

adjective un·co \ˈəŋ-(ˌ)kō, -kə\

Definition of UNCO

1
chiefly Scottish
a :  strange, unknown
b :  uncanny, weird
2
chiefly Scottish :  extraordinary

Origin of UNCO

Middle English (Scots) unkow, alteration of Middle English uncouth
First Known Use: 15th century

2unco

adverb

Definition of UNCO

:  extremely, remarkably, uncommonly <you keep your room unco hot — R. L. Stevenson>

Examples of UNCO

  1. <has written an unco fine novel about the war>

First Known Use of UNCO

1721

Rhymes with UNCO

3unco

noun
plural uncos

Definition of UNCO

1
plural chiefly Scottish :  news, tidings
2
chiefly Scottish :  stranger

First Known Use of UNCO

1785

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