Meaning of unked in English:

unked

(also unkut, unket, unkert)

Pronunciation /ˈʌŋkət/ /ˈʌnkət/

adjective

rare, dialect British
  • 1Unknown, unfamiliar; strange, unusual. Chiefly English regional (Yorkshire) and Irish English in later use.

  • 2Of a place or route: lonely, desolate; bleak; eerie, unsettling.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Layamon (fl. 1250), poet. From un- + kid, kud, ked, past participles of kithe.