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in-cōgnitus adj.,

not examined, untried, not investigated: de absente incognitā causā statuere, S.: de incognitā re iudicare: sagitta incognita transilit umbras, untraced, V.—Not known, unknown: incognita pro cognitis habere: consilium: quae omnia fere Gallis erant incognita, Cs.: tertio (die) incognita sub hastā veniere, the unclaimed property, L.: palus oculis incognita nostris, i. e. unseen, O.: res animos incognita turbat, strangeness, V.—Unknown, unparalleled, enormous: serpens, O.: longi mensura incognita nervi, Iu.

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