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unnamed

(ʌnˈneɪmd)
adj
1. having no name
2. not mentioned by name: the culprit shall remain unnamed.

un•named

(ʌnˈneɪmd)

adj.
1. without a name; nameless.
2. not indicated or mentioned by name; unidentified.
[1500–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unnamed - being or having an unknown or unnamed sourceunnamed - being or having an unknown or unnamed source; "a poem by an unknown author"; "corporations responsible to nameless owners"; "an unnamed donor"
anon., anonymous - having no known name or identity or known source; "anonymous authors"; "anonymous donors"; "an anonymous gift"

unnamed

adjective
1. anonymous, unknown, unidentified, unrevealed The cash comes from an unnamed source.
2. nameless, obscure, untitled, undesignated, innominate unnamed comets and asteroids

unnamed

adjective
Having an unknown name or author:
Translations

unnamed

[ˈʌnˈneɪmd] ADJ (= nameless) → sin nombre; (= anonymous) → anónimo

unnamed

[ʌnˈneɪmd] adj
(= anonymous) [person, source] → anonyme
(= nameless) [comet, star] → sans nom

unnamed

adj (= nameless)namenlos; (= anonymous)ungenannt

unnamed

[ʌnˈneɪmd] adj (fear, object) → senza nome; (donor, author) → anonimo/a
References in classic literature ?
This was the redoubt, as yet unnamed, which afterwards became known as the Raevski Redoubt, or the Knoll Battery, but Pierre paid no special attention to it.
I don't mean that they had their tongues in their cheeks or did anything vulgar, for that was not one of their dangers: I do mean, on the other hand, that the element of the unnamed and untouched became, between us, greater than any other, and that so much avoidance could not have been so successfully effected without a great deal of tacit arrangement.
The pity which he had felt for the unnamed woman grew to a tenfold pity for
The lion's roar, the fierce wolf's savage howl, The horrid hissing of the scaly snake, The awesome cries of monsters yet unnamed, The crow's ill-boding croak, the hollow moan Of wild winds wrestling with the restless sea, The wrathful bellow of the vanquished bull, The plaintive sobbing of the widowed dove, The envied owl's sad note, the wail of woe That rises from the dreary choir of Hell, Commingled in one sound, confusing sense, Let all these come to aid my soul's complaint, For pain like mine demands new modes of song.
The beasts were hung with jeweled trappings and saddlepads of gay silk, embroidered in fanciful designs with strings of diamonds, pearls, rubies, emeralds, and the countless unnamed jewels of Mars, while from each chariot rose a dozen standards from which streamers, flags, and pennons fluttered in the breeze.
He is not very important, but he is the only one left unnamed.
Instead of answering he struck his fist furiously on the table, and cursed with all his heart some absent woman unnamed.
I'll take you travelling with me, show you the world, new worlds, unnamed rivers, untrodden mountains.
He could see the evening gatherings, held on the circle of the threshing- floors, because that was the only level ground; could see the wonderful unnamed green of the young rice, the indigo blues of the Indian corn, the dock-like patches of buckwheat, and, in its season, the red bloom of the amaranth, whose tiny seeds, being neither grain nor pulse, make a food that can be lawfully eaten by Hindus in time of fasts.
It was the old story, he recognized, that the woman must pay, and it occurred when the two of them, one day, were catching the unclassified and unnamed little black fish, an inch long, half-eel and half-scaled, rotund with salmon-golden roe, that frequented the fresh water, and that were esteemed, raw and whole, fresh or putrid, a perfect delicacy.
If it had been an unnamed species, surely it ought to have been called
Water dissolves wood and iron and salt; air dissolves water; electric fire dissolves air, but the intellect dissolves fire, gravity, laws, method, and the subtlest unnamed relations of nature in its resistless menstruum.