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un·co

 (ŭng′kō) Scots
adj.
So unusual as to be surprising; uncanny.
n. pl. un·cos
1. An unusual or amazing person.
2. A stranger.
3. uncos News.
adv.
To an excessive degree; remarkably.

[Middle English unkow, variant of uncouth, strange; see uncouth.]

unco

(ˈʌŋkəʊ)
adj, uncoer or uncoest
1. unfamiliar, strange, or odd
2. remarkable or striking
adv
3. very; extremely
4. the unco guid narrow-minded, excessively religious, or self-righteous people
n, pl uncos or uncoes
5. a novel or remarkable person or thing
6. obsolete a stranger
7. (plural) news
[C15: variant of uncouth]

unco

(ˈʌŋkəʊ)
adj
awkward; clumsy
n, pl uncos
an awkward or clumsy person
[C20: shortened form of uncoordinated]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unco - to a remarkable degree or extent; "she was unusually tall"
Translations

unco

adv (Scot: = very) → sehr
References in classic literature ?
Draw it mild, Stenie, my man; ye play unco weel, but ye mak a most infernal din," cried Uncle Jem, with his hands over his ears, for this accomplishment was new to him, and "took him all aback," as he expressed it.
Twa knocks at the door--and an unco trouble in opening it, after that--is joost the least ye can do for them
The UNCOs special envoy, former Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer, who prior to the UNCOs announcement said he was taking the Cyprus job yet never responded when the UN actually went public, will not be at FridayCOs meeting.