MEANING: adjective: Unusual or unaccustomed.

ETYMOLOGY: From un- + Middle English woned, wont (accustomed), past participle of wonen (to be used to, to dwell). Ultimately from the Indo-European root wen- (to desire or to strive for), which is also the source of wish, win, Venus, overweening, venerate, venison, and banyan, venial, and ween. Earliest documented use: 1553.

UNWOTTED - not understood

FUNWONTED - having the usual good time

UNDONTED - repealed, made legal