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in·cog·ni·to

 (ĭn′kŏg-nē′tō, ĭn-kŏg′nĭ-tō′)
adv. & adj.
With one's identity disguised or concealed.
n. pl. in·cog·ni·tos
The identity assumed by a person whose actual identity is disguised or concealed.

[Italian, from Latin incognitus, unknown : in-, not; see in-1 + cognitus, past participle of cognōscere, to learn, recognize; see cognition.]
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incognito

(ˌɪnkɒɡˈniːtəʊ; ɪnˈkɒɡnɪtəʊ)
adv, adj (postpositive)
under an assumed name or appearance; in disguise
n, pl -tos
1. a person who is incognito
2. the assumed name or disguise of such a person
[C17: from Italian, from Latin incognitus unknown, from in-1 + cognitus known]
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in•cog•ni•to

(ˌɪn kɒgˈni toʊ, ɪnˈkɒg nɪˌtoʊ)

adv., adj., n., pl. -tos. adv., adj.
1. with one's identity hidden or unknown.
n.
2. a person who is incognito.
3. the state or disguise of such a person.
[1630–40; < Italian < Latin incognitus unknown =in- in-3 + cognitus, past participle of cognōscere to get to know; see cognition]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.incognito - with your identity concealed
concealed - hidden on any grounds for any motive; "a concealed weapon"; "a concealed compartment in his briefcase"
Adv.1.incognito - without revealing one's identity; "in Holland he lived incognito as a carpenter in the shipyards of the East India company"
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incognito

adjective in disguise, unknown, disguised, unrecognized, under an assumed name He preferred to travel incognito.
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Translations
مُتَخَفٍ ، تَحت اسمٍ مُسْتَعار
inkognito
inkognito
inkognitóban
huldu höfîi
inkognitosvetima pavarde
inkognito, ar svešu vārdu
inkognito
sahte kimlikle

incognito

[ɪnˈkɒgnɪtəʊ]
A. ADV [travel] → de incógnito
B. ADJ to remain incognitopermanecer en el anonimato
C. Nincógnito m
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incognito

[ˌɪnkɒgˈniːtəʊ] advincognito
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incognito

advinkognito
nInkognito nt
adj travellerunter fremdem Namen; to remain incognitoinkognito bleiben
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incognito

[ˌɪnkɒgˈniːtəʊ] adv (travel) → in incognito
to remain incognito → mantenere l'incognito
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incognito

(iŋkogˈniːtəu) adverb, adjective
without letting people know who one is, eg by using a false name. He travelled incognito to Paris.
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References in classic literature ?
Maybe it will begin to revenge itself, too, but, as it were, piecemeal, in trivial ways, from behind the stove, incognito, without believing either in its own right to vengeance, or in the success of its revenge, knowing that from all its efforts at revenge it will suffer a hundred times more than he on whom it revenges itself, while he, I daresay, will not even scratch himself.
During this time nothing new occurred in the camp at La Rochelle; only the king, who was bored, as always, but perhaps a little more so in camp than elsewhere, resolved to go incognito and spend the festival of St.
"Then I must trouble you to give him my card," Alexey Alexandrovitch said with dignity, seeing the impossibility of preserving his incognito.
He was a rather fanciful young prince, accustomed to follow his whims; and one day, being more than usually bored with existence, he took it into his head to ramble incognito through his kingdom in search of his ideal wife,--`The Golden Girl,' as he called her.
He was at home again, incognito and rich; presently he could enter his father's house by means of the pass-key, which he had piously preserved through all his wanderings; he would throw down the borrowed money; there would be a reconciliation, the details of which he frequently arranged; and he saw himself, during the next month, made welcome in many stately houses at many frigid dinner-parties, taking his share in the conversation with the freedom of the man and the traveller, and laying down the law upon finance with the authority of the successful investor.
Mazarin now understood that Cromwell's envoy desired to retain his incognito. He was silent for an instant, and during that time he scanned the young man even more attentively than he had done at first.