Linux unalias command
Updated: 05/04/2019 by Computer Hope
On Unix-like operating systems, the unalias command is a shell command which removes each name from the list of defined aliases.
This page covers the bash built-in version of unalias.
unalias [-a] name [name ...]
|-a||Specifies the name of the alias that you want to remove.|
If you did the example on our alias page, to remove that example which was called "home" you would type the following command.
alias — Create an alternate name for a command.