Meaning of incog in English:

incog

Pronunciation /ɪnˈkɒɡ/

adjective

informal, dated
  • (of a person) having one's true identity concealed.

    • ‘the incog spectators retreated from there as quickly as possible’
    disguised, camouflaged

adverb

informal, dated
  • In a way that conceals one's true identity.

    • ‘it was difficult to travel incog’
    disguised, camouflaged

Origin

Early 18th century abbreviation of incognito.