commonition

noun com·mo·ni·tion \ˌkäməˈnishən\

Definition of commonition

plural

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Origin and Etymology of commonition

Latin commonition-, commonitio, from commonitus (past participle of commonēre to remind, impress upon, from com- + monēre to remind, warn + -ion-, -io -ion — more at mind


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