unnamed

[uhn-neymd]
adjective
1.
without a name; nameless.
2.
not indicated or mentioned by name; unidentified: an unnamed lover.

Origin:
1500–10; un-1 + named

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

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unnamed
1509, "not mentioned by name." from un- (1) "not" + pp. of name (v.). Cf. O.Fris. unnamed, M.Du. ongenaemt.
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Example sentences
With research, patience and help from an unnamed source.
But at unnamed spots in the ocean, there are huge waves that can't be so easily
  caught.
But the new, as yet unnamed, species is among the dozen or so catfish species
  known to actually ingest wood.
Many canyons still remain unnamed, making true exploration a possibility.
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