Other Word Forms of Premonition
Origin of Premonition
Mid 15th century, from Anglo-Norman premunition, from Late Latin praemonitionem (“a forewarning"), form of praemonitio, from Latin praemonitius, form of praemoneō, from prae (“before") (English pre-) + monere (“to warn") (from which English monitor).
Late Latin praemonitiō praemonitiōn- from Latin praemonitus past participle of praemonēre to forewarn prae- pre- monēre to warn men-1 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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