He has been teazing me to allow of his coming into this country, and lodging somewhere near INCOG.
; but I forbade everything of the kind.
She earnestly hoped his incog.
would ever remain unknown, for her delicacy shrunk at the publicity and notoriety which would then attend his attachment.
"Why, upon my soul, my dear fellow, it strikes me that our elegant and attentive neighbor must either be some successful stock-jobber who has speculated in the fall of the Spanish funds, or some prince travelling incog.
"[...] the grand object is to pass incog.
in the crowd, or if noticed, to be taken for a native / el objeto principal es pasar desapercibido entre la muchedumbre y si no, que se le confundan con un nativo" (Ford, 1855: 119-120).