noun fore·to·ken \ˈfr-ˌtō-kən\

Definition of FORETOKEN

:  a premonitory sign

First Known Use of FORETOKEN

before 12th century


verb fore·to·ken \fr-ˈtō-kən\
fore·to·kenedfore·to·ken·ing \-ˈtōk-niŋ, -ˈtō-kə-\

Definition of FORETOKEN

transitive verb
:  to indicate or warn of in advance

First Known Use of FORETOKEN

15th century


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