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adjective 
  1. (archaic) unfamiliar, Unfamiliar, strange, foreign
  2. clumsy, Clumsy, awkward
  3. unrefined, Unrefined, crude.
Etymology: Old English uncuí, uncÅí, corresponding to un- + couth.


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