- not told, related, or revealed
- too great or too numerous to be counted or measured; incalculable: untold wealth
- indescribably great or intense: untold misery
Origin of untoldMiddle English untald from Old English unteald
- Not told or revealed: untold secrets.
- Beyond description or enumeration: untold suffering.
- Not told; not related; not revealed.
- Not numbered or counted.
From Old English unteald (“not counted or reckoned"), from tellan (“count, relate")