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Uncouth (úncouth; always before the subst.), properly == not known, not familiar, strange, and hence (== the German unheimlich) perplexing, filling the soul with dismal apprehensions: “what u. ill event hath thee befallen, that thou dost trembling stand?” Lucr. 1598. “if this u. forest yield any thing savage,” As II, 6, 6. “I am surprised with an u. fear,” Tit. II, 3, 211.