What is unknown?

  • (adj): Not known.
    Example: "An unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unknown:

Remnants - Characters - List of Alphas
... Elder Male deceased Trinny Elder Female Unknown Shipper Elder Male Unknown Ali Kosh Elder Male Unknown Westie Elder Female Unknown Nile Elder Female Unknown Deena Elder Female Unknown Echo 16 ...
On The Nameless Height (song) - Translated Sample of Lyrics
... of ours Were left to lie in the darkness there Nearby the settlement "Unknown" Atop the height that has no name There was a rocket up and shinig Then falling down ... to your dream Nearby the settlement "Unknown" Atop the height that has no name ...
Unidentified Body On Christmas Island - Relocation and Recovery
... with relatives of personnel from Sydney, in order to determine if the unknown sailor was from the cruiser ... Regarding the unknown man's injuries, Bruce Billson (Minister Assisting the Minister for Defence) reported that...it was found that the shrapnel struck the front of the skull and lodged in the ... The analysis also identified multiple rib fractures, but it is unknown whether these occurred around the time of death or long after death with the settling of the grave ...
Unknown - Other Uses
... Unknown (magazine) The Unknown (Animorphs), a book by K ... Applegate The Unknown, a comic book mini-series by Mark Waid, published by BOOM! Studios Unknown (Tekken), a character in Tekken Amnesia The Dark Descent ...

More definitions of "unknown":

  • (adj): Not known before.
    Example: "Don't let anyone unknown into the house"
    Synonyms: strange
  • (noun): A variable whose values are solutions of an equation.
    Synonyms: unknown quantity
  • (adj): Not known to exist.
    Example: "Things obscurely felt surged up from unsuspected depths in her"- Edith Wharton
  • (noun): Anyone who does not belong in the environment in which they are found.
    Synonyms: stranger, alien

Famous quotes containing the word unknown:

    The total and universal want of manners, both in males and females, is ... remarkable ... that polish which removes the coarser and rougher parts of our nature is unknown and undreamed of.
    Frances Trollope (1780–1863)

    They say miracles are past, and we have our philosophical
    persons, to make modern and familiar, things supernatural
    and causeless. Hence is it that we make trifles of terrors,
    ensconcing ourselves into seeming knowledge, when we should
    submit ourselves to an unknown fear.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)