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adjective, adverb, noun Informal.
  1. incognita or incognito.
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Origin of incog

First recorded in 1690–1700; by shortening
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  • For aught we know the ould lady was thravellin' incog—like me.

    Soldier Stories

    Rudyard Kipling

  • This Prince had been for some time in France; and tho' he was incog.

  • The Jedge might call you out, sir, for intruding upon his incog.

  • The straw bonnet—you see people cannot tell whether you are not incog, as yet—'

    The Young Step-Mother

    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • Pray, also, give Nipkin a hint not to bestow any undue attention on Mr. Cashel, who wants to be incog.

    Roland Cashel

    Charles James Lever